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AV sensor fusion must perceive beyond what’s visible for next-gen performance

In 2019, untempered by worrisome rumours of a global pandemic, the automotive industry was thrumming with optimism for the deployment of autonomous vehicles (AVs). General Motors planned the launch of its robocar offering, Tesla promised its cars would be fully self-driving by years’ end, and nearly every OEM had hopped on the hype train. Fast forward three tumultuous years, and some are saying AVs have stalled. Headlines bounce between safety concerns among regulators and managed expectations, “we’re still in concept phase”. What’s caused this critical change in perception? Could it be the sensor systems themselves?

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