New BMW iNext Autonomous Brand / Level 5 Self Driving Car New BMW 7 Series Autonomous 2021 CARJAM

New BMW iNext Autonomous Brand / Level 5 Self Driving Car New BMW 7 Series Autonomous 2021 CarJAM

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The BMW Vision Next 100 is a visionary Self Driving BMW.
The BMW Group has in the meantime gone one step further: as a result of its acquisition of a stake in HERE in 2014 and it collaborations with Intel, Mobileye (since 2016) and other partners, the BMW Group has given the go-ahead for developing the BMW iNext for Series production.
BMW Driver assistance systems (Level 2) and BMW automated/Autonomous Driving (Levels 3 to 5)
Self Driving Car Level 2 (today):
Driver assistance systems as preliminary stage of automated Driving. The driver is responsible for the task of Driving at all times (hands-on detection).
Self Driving Car Level 3 (starting from 2021 with BMW iNext):
Once Level 3 is reached, it will be possible for driver and vehicle to share the responsibility for controlling the vehicle for the first time. During highly automated Driving in traffic that is moving in the same direction and is segregated from oncoming traffic, the driver will be able to perform secondary in-vehicle activities for longer periods of time or relax (eyes off). They must still be in a position to take over the task of Driving again within a reasonable amount of time (a few seconds) when prompted to by the system.
Self Driving Car Level 4 (starting from 2021 with technical provisos, BMW iNext):
Fully automated Driving in urban traffic and – in a version with extended functionality – in traffic that is moving in the same direction and is segregated from oncoming traffic. The driver can sleep during long- distance journeys if necessary. The key difference compared to Self Driving Car Level 3: the time span for taking over control again is far longer (mind off).
Self Driving Car Level 5 (developments in parallel to Levels 3 and 4 probably possible post-2020 in the form of pilot projects):
Autonomous Driving, steering wheel and pedals no longer absolutely necessary, passengers sit in the vehicle without any involvement in the task of Driving; Driving licence not required (driver off). Assuming the vehicle is fitted with pedals and a steering wheel, the driver may take over the task of Driving if they wish but will never be obliged to do so.
It is conceivable that the first SelfDriving vehicles will be brought out alongside highly automated vehicles in the period between 2020 and 2030. It is expected that the first pilot projects with Autonomous vehicles will be launched in selected city centres during the course of this decade. Giving a definite date for when Self Driving Cars could happen would be pure speculation, however. So, highly automated vehicles will appear on motorways initially, while Autonomous vehicles will start off in city centers as part of pilot projects launched in parallel.
A total of 40 New BMW 7 Series Autonomous test vehicles for highly and fully automated Driving on motorways and in urban environments will be built in 2017 and trials started. These vehicles will be put into operation at Intel (USA), Mobileye (Israel) and BMW Group (Munich) facilities.
By developing these New BMW 7 Series advanced prototypes collaboratively, the partners will ensure the timely roll out of the BMW Group’s first highly- automated Series vehicle (Level 3) – the BMW iNext, due in 2021. BMW iNext is the BMW Group’s first venture into highly-automated Driving. From a technical perspective, the BMW iNext will also be capable of Level 4 and 5 highly automated operation.

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