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    Autonomous cars spark an evolution in interior car design

    Published on Oct 18, 2017

    Experts from BMW and Intel examine how autonomous cars are sparking innovation in interior car design, and helping drive a $7 trillion passenger economy.
    BMW Personal CoPilot, Autonomous Driving Test Vehicle

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    BMW Personal CoPilot. The envy of all systems.

    Published on Jan 31, 2018

    What if robots were to measure themselves against their competition? This film gives the answer with a twinkle in the eye. With the BWM Personal CoPilot driving assistance systems, BMW takes a further step in advancing the progress of autonomous driving. Technology too advanced, if you´d ask some robots ...

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    Welcome to the BMW Group Autonomous Driving Campus

    Published on Apr 11, 2018

    On the road to fully-autonomous driving, the industry is still in its early stages. Leading the way as a pioneer, we keep our sights set firmly on the goal. We have established the BMW Group Autonomous Driving Campus just outside Munich to help us reach the next level in mobility.

    We are focusing our development expertise in vehicle connectivity and automated driving knowledge - currently distributed across several different locations – here, at this new campus.

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    Autonomous driving. What you need to know in 2018.

    Published on May 17, 2018

    Autonomous driving – a car that drives on its own. In this clip, we’ll give you an overview and answer questions like: What will traffic and your daily commute look like in a few years? and how is it going to work?

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    BMW Personal Copilot Berlin with the BMW i3

    Published on Nov 2, 2018

    Our autonomous BMW i3 in Berlin - When the driver becomes a passenger

    Since the first BMW’s market debut in 1929, sheer driving pleasure has been transformed many times over. Advances in technology such as collision and pedestrian warning systems, steering and lane control as well as speed assistants, relieve the driver of his driving task. In the future ,we will be able to choose if we want to drive, or be driven. At a closed test circuit recently in Berlin, our self-driving prototype of a BMW i3 (Level 4/5) amazed passengers with its abilities.

    Safety still comes first, even in a self-driving car. The vehicle naturally doesn’t start until all passengers have fastened their seatbelts. The display can be used not only to change a destination or stop the car, but also to control many additional functions – such as locking the doors or accessing the entertainment programme. Once you reach your destination, there’s no need to worry about parking either – you can just get out and let the BMW i3 find a space all by itself.

    Innovations such as autonomous driving will fundamentally change how we get from A to B and how we live our lives. In the case of the BMW i3, this is just a prototype, but it does make one thing clear: The mobility of the future has been here for a while.

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