The Apollo 3.0 Launch Event in Mountain View last night highlighted the strides made by the open-source self-driving car project backed by Chinese Internet giant Baidu.
The project's leaders announced a new collection of low-speed driving capabilities, such as delivery vehicle driving and self-parking, alongside a wide array of sensors that independent groups can now connect with Apollo software.
Apollo is becoming increasingly prominent as a foundation for automotive and technology companies that want to develop autonomous vehicles, but do not want to develop the entire software stack themselves.
Two other companies, NVIDIA and Tier IV, also support software stacks that third-parties can use to develop self-driving cars.
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