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    Autonomous driving platform, Aptiv PLC, Gillingham, United Kingdom

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    Delphi’s self-driving car is boring in the best way possible — CES 2016

    Published on Jan 6, 2016

    Delphi has developed a combination of hardware and software called "vehicle to everything" or V2E that allows self-driving cars to have more situational awareness to make driving safer. The Verge's Ross Miller took a test drive to see how it works.

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    Self-driving Lyft first ride

    Published on Jan 8, 2018

    What would it be like to hail a self-driving cab? Lyft is actually letting people find out at CES 2018. The company partnered with Aptiv to offer semi-autonomous rides to 20 different destinations across Las Vegas.

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    Aptiv's Integrated Autonomous Driving System

    Published on Mar 16, 2018

    We've seamlessly integrated our autonomous driving technology into the vehicle. For a vehicle to drive itself, it must have this highly developed sensing ability, mimicking these same human functions. Inputs from cameras, radars, LiDARs and a kind of “digital ESP,” what Aptiv calls vehicle-to-everything or V2E, all have to be processed by a very advanced computing platform, which acts as the brain.
    "The Autonomous Driving Platform: How Will Cars Actually Drive Themselves?"

    January 7, 2018

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    Sneak Peek - Aptiv's Autonomous Driving User Research

    Published on Mar 19, 2018

    Hesitant about riding in a self-driving car? You’re not alone. Many of the people that we invite for a fully-autonomous ride are a little nervous to let go of the proverbial wheel. But what if we told you that once they experience it, most people say they would do it again. And again. And again.

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    CES 2018: first reactions to Aptiv's self-driving vehicle

    Published on Apr 20, 2018

    Aptiv, a global technology company that provides leading automated driving solutions, and ride-hailing leader Lyft, partnered to demonstrate a first-of-its-kind fully automated point-to-point ride-hailing experience at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Las Vegas.

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    Self-driving vehicles coming to Las Vegas (2018)

    Published on May 2, 2018

    Aptiv announces it will launch a fleet of autonomous vehicles on the Lyft network. The combination of Aptiv’s autonomous driving technology and Lyft’s ride-hailing app is the expansion of a successful partnership that launched in Las Vegas during CES 2018.

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    How Las Vegas visitors helped Aptiv improve its self-driving tech | CES 2019

    Published on Jan 7, 2019

    Less than a year ago, self-driving technology company Aptiv launched a fleet of 30 autonomous vehicles in Las Vegas on the Lyft network. Its riders and complex mix of pedestrians and cars on the streets of Las Vegas taught them a thing or two. Here's how Aptiv, which has a total of 75 self-driving test vehicles and a 130,000-square-foot operations center in the city, took rider feedback to make their autonomous vehicle tech more approachable to human riders.

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