Autonomous Vehicle International writes:
The first ever Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo to be held in Novi, Michigan has been hailed by attendees as a landmark show, providing essential clues about the future of the automotive sector.
Held over three days on October 23-25, the show was abuzz with key advances in ADAS, as well as exclusive demonstrations of new products and innovations. There were also a few full-sized autonomous vehicles available for visitors to explore.
Hot off the production line and making its debut at the show was a brand-new problem-solving antenna solution from Helix Technologies, which has been designed to offer more precise positioning of AVs in urban environments.
Autonomous vehicles face a potentially critical navigation issue during operation in cities and urban environments as the GNSS systems they rely on are prone to losing signal, which may be hard to obtain due to the number of buildings and the amount of RF interference present. However, a new antenna solution has been developed that could solve this looming problem.
Read the full report here.