Lotus Technology’s intelligent driving arm, Lotus Robotics, is showcasing numerous proprietary next-generation autonomous driving software and hardware solutions at the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Robo Soul, Robo Matrix and Robo Galaxy software provide solutions for ADAS, remotely assisted operation and cloud data management. The technologies have been employed in Lotus Technology vehicles, contributing to their autonomous driving capabilities.
For example, the hyper SUV Eletre and hyper GT Emeya both feature autonomous driving hardware, aviation-level security and redundancy including dual Nvidia Drive Orin chips, as well as the company’s cognition module, which can identify and avoid risks on the road.
Also on display is Lotus Robotics’ self-driving technology, including its ROBOCube intelligent street cleaner.
Lotus Tech recently received approval to test L3 autonomous driving in Wuxi, a city near Shanghai serving as China’s pilot zone for Internet of Vehicles connectivity. This license allows Eletre drivers to use the vehicle’s L3 functionality on designated highways in the city.
According to the company, Eletre is equipped with L4-ready hardware including the world’s first deployable lidar system, and leverages five sensor types to supplement high-definition digital maps with live, 360° perception.
Lotus Tech’s CEO, Qingfeng Feng, said, “We look forward to testing these innovative technologies on the roads in Wuxi as we strive to strengthen Lotus Tech’s intelligent driving capabilities and deliver even better, safer driving experiences to our customers around the world.”
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