GM’s Upcoming Hands-Free Driving System to Feature Qualcomm Chips
General Motors (GM) has announced that its next-generation hands-free driving system, Ultra Cruise, will be powered by a completely redesigned compute architecture, featuring system-on-chips (SoC) developed by the American semiconductor Qualcomm.
The upcoming Cadillac Celestiq Electric Sedan will debut in 2024 as GM’s first vehicle to feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Ride Platform-based advanced driver-assist system (ADAS). GM claims that the new architecture, which is the size of “two laptops stacked together”, will possess power equivalent to “several hundred” personal compute rs
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What’s New in the Ultra Cruise?
GM had initially announced the Ultra Cruise at an investor event last year as a major upgrade to its Super Cruise System which also provides a hands-free driving experience on mapped, broader, and divided highways. It stated that the innovative feature will manage 95 percent of driving conditions on two million miles of roads in the United States.