Unprecedented international collaboration to accelerate the commercial viability of autonomous vehicles in cities with the launch of a fully-functional open-source self-driving platform
- Global not-for-profit open-source collaboration with founders from Australia, Asia-Pacific and Europe
- The project announces ‘go live’ on a completely free and rapidly deployable open-source self-driving software stack for urban low speed autonomy
- Project ASLAN invites additional capability to supplement the founders from self-driving software development companies, leading technology universities, transport authorities, cybersecurity experts and self-driving hardware engineers
- Solution based on the world’s largest and most successful robotics framework, ROS, providing seamless access to millions of engineers and developers
- Project ASLAN charter aligns with World Economic Forum Guidelines for City Mobility: Steering towards collaboration
Oxford, UK, 01 July 2020. The potential social, commercial and environmental benefits of autonomous mobility that have the capability to transform gridlocked and polluted cities are not being realised quickly enough.
So says Project ASLAN, a new international not-for-profit collaboration between commercial enterprise, leading technology universities, transport authorities and self-driving hardware and software engineers drawn from around the world that aims to solve this problem.
FREE to download, ASLAN is a complete open-source self-driving software stack for urban low-speed autonomy
To accelerate the progression of driverless...