CES 2020: Wind River partners with Baidu to develop autonomous vehicle solution

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At the CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, last week, Wind River announced a collaboration with Baidu to develop an autonomous vehicle solution, according to a press release by Wind River on 7 January. The two partners have already developed a joint proof of concept (POC) to include a Wind River’s AUTOSAR Adaptive-based software architecture with Baidu’s Apollo open-source autonomous driving platform to meet the specific challenges of the next-generation intelligent vehicles.

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