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Testing the Building Blocks for Self-Driving Vehicles

VSI Labs helps developers of technologies for self-driving cars better understand how their products affect the vehicle’s overall performance.
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VSI Labs helps developers of technologies for self-driving cars better understand how their products affect the vehicle’s overall performance.

The process helps accelerate the adoption of new products by validating the performance and effectiveness of software and hardware, says Grant Faulkner, vice president of development for the Minneapolis-based company.

Faulkner notes that VSI Labs also operates a portal that connects companies and products within the autonomous vehicle arena. Click HERE to learn more about the company or visit vsi-labs.com.

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