Groupe Renault to further autonomous vehicle development with new simulation joint venture with Oktal

Groupe Renault is taking a 35% stake in a new joint venture, Autonomous Vehicle Simulation (AVS), formed together with Oktal, a subsidiary of Sogeclair, a French aerospace and simulation company based in Toulouse, France.

This step will allow Renault and the Renault-Nissan Alliance to continue delivering a menu of advanced technologies by furthering autonomous vehicle development testing in a virtual environment.

The newly formed AVS partnership will also benefit the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which has committed to launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous capabilities by 2020. The Alliance has already engaged in the virtual testing of Autonomous vehicles using SCANeR,/a> simulation software, originally invented by Renault, that was co-developed with Oktal.

Oktal is a supplier of advanced automotive and train driving simulators for research, engineering and training operations. Oktal is the editor the SCANeR software package, used in the automotive sector to deal with ADAS, autonomous vehicle and HMI use cases.

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10. Juli 2017

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