In the dynamic environment of automated driving functions, fast and efficient development and testing of new functions is more important than ever. To this end, the developers of Porsche Engineering use the development and collaboration platform Jupiter.
More and more vehicle functions are based on artificial intelligence. However, conventional processors and even graphics chips are increasingly reaching their limits when it comes to calculations required for neural networks. Porsche Engineering reports on new technologies that will speed up AI calculations in the future.
The Porsche Track Precision app (PTPA) no longer focuses solely on closed-off ribbons of asphalt: it now offers the integrated Free Drive mode, which makes it possible to record particularly beautiful moments on every drive so that they can be enjoyed again and again.
Autonomous vehicles have been the secret stars of feature films for decades. We present five well-known examples and do a reality check: what has come true? And where did Hollywood get it completely wrong?
Rediscover the most beautiful roads in a Porsche over and over again without even getting in the car: the sports car manufacturer from Zuffenhausen is developing an innovative software solution in cooperation with Swiss start-up Way Ahead Technologies to make this concept a reality.
Highly automated driving functions must work safely and reliably in every situation – whether on the highway or in a multi-story car park. One of the ways developers achieve this is through ‘redundancy’; parallel systems observe the environment and decide what to do in critical situations.