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(Telematics Wire) NVIDIA to acquire DeepMap, a startup building HD maps for autonomous vehicles

ATLIS Motor Vehicles produces AMV battery cell
ATLIS Motor Vehicles (ATLIS), a start-up developing an electric medium- to heavy-duty truck platform which will be both the base for its own Atlis XT pickup and a standalone product for third-party vehicle builders, announced the production of the AMV battery cell at its headquarters in Mesa, Arizona.



OneD Battery Sciences unveils SINANODE, a new EV battery technology
OneD Battery Sciences, leaders in EV battery technology, announced SINANODE, a breakthrough technology to power the next generation of EV batteries. To build a battery with more silicon, a longtime challenge for the EV industry, SINANODE seamlessly integrates into existing manufacturing processes to fuse silicon nanowires onto commercial graphite powders, tripling the energy density of the anode while halving its cost per kWh. 



NVIDIA to acquire DeepMap, a startup building HD maps for autonomous vehicles
NVIDIA has agreed to acquire DeepMap, a startup dedicated to building high-definition maps for autonomous vehicles to navigate the world safely. 



Toyota Motor’s new multimedia system to enhance in-car user experience
Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) has unveiled a new multimedia solution. The new system features multiple touchscreen options from 8- inches up-to 14-inches, which all feature the same newly enhanced design cues and functionality, while retaining a volume knob. 



AutoBrains AI tech is part of Continental’s ADAS
Israeli artificial intelligence startup, AutoBrains, announced that its AI technology is at the center of Continental’s  advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle (AV) solution. 



Perrone Robotics’ demonstrates its AV retrofit kit for public mobility
Perrone Robotics, Inc., a provider of fully autonomous vehicle (AV) technology and turnkey vehicle solutions for the mobility of people and things, completed a series of public road demonstrations in the city of Westminster, Md., as part of an event hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory (MAGIC) Autonomous Corridor Project.