TomTom RoadCheck for safer autonomous driving

TomTom has launched TomTom RoadCheck, a product for automated vehicles that allows carmakers to make a decision where it is safe for drivers to activate their vehicles’ automated driving functions.

RoadCheck permits carmakers to use TomTom’s high definition (HD) map data to define the operational design domain (ODD) of their vehicles’ automated driving functions. This makes it easy for carmakers to manage where these functions can be used safely.

TomTom’s vehicle automation portfolio now features: the TomTom HD Map, the TomTom ADAS Map, a hazard service, TomTom AutoStreamTomTom Vehicle Horizon and TomTom RoadCheck.

TomTom RoadCheck is going to be deployed in a production model by a leading global carmaker in 2021, starting within the United States.

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