Vehicle Telematics

Mxnavi unveils NOA-capable crowdsourced map solution

Date: January 23, 2024.Mxnavi, a Chinese in-car navigation engine provider, has released a comprehensive crowdsourced map solution that includes the Navigation on Autopilot (NOA) feature for intelligent driving. Horizon’s Journey 5 and Leadgentech’s control system form the foundation of the solution. These systems provide efficient processing and decision-making algorithms for self-driving vehicles.

Navigation on Autopilot (NOA) is an advanced driver assistance system that uses cutting-edge technology to allow vehicles to navigate independently. It usually entails a combination of sensors, cameras, radar, and powerful software algorithms. This technology enables a car to stay in its lane, change lanes, traverse intersections, and even handle highway driving without direct human interaction. NOA is a big step forward in self-driving technology, improving driver safety and convenience.

After rigorous testing across several cities and driving circumstances, the solution’s NOA function is close to being ready for production. Moreover, it allows the vehicle to automatically change lanes, overtake, and merge on highways. Additionally, it offers human-vehicle collaboration and personalized services.

The solution uses a pure vision approach, which significantly reduces the procurement costs for automakers. It also addresses the industry pain points related to data freshness, map integration, and high-precision positioning.

The crowdsourced map solution differs from typical HD maps in that it automates the development of map data according to the needs of intelligent driving. It also ensures closed-loop data processing and updates, which are critical to the safety and dependability of autonomous driving.

The collaboration between Mxnavi, Horizon, and Leadgentech seeks to continuously improve cost-effective and excellent products, while contributing to the advancement of intelligent driving. In the near future, various vehicle models and scenarios will use the technology.

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