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Making Autonomous Driving Tech Market-Ready

Wind River helps developers of advanced autonomous-driving systems deliver safety-certified and production-ready results, says Peter Brown, chief automotive architect.
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Wind River helps developers of advanced autonomous-driving systems deliver safety-certified and production-ready results, says Peter Brown, chief automotive architect.

Carmakers are moving closer to production for advanced self-driving systems. But Brown notes that many questions about the final architecture remain unanswered.

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