General Motors designs a new “brain and nervous system” for its…

General Motors designs a new “brain and nervous system” for its vehicles | Ars Technica

General Motors revealed an all-new platform architecture, that can manage processing up to 4.5TB per hour, such as support for 100Mb/s, 1Gb/s, and 10Gb/s interfaces. These will be helpful for the inclusion ADAS, and speed up the rollout of GM’s “Super Cruise” driver assistance package across the automaker’s lineup. It will also allow for higher resolution displays within the vehicle, whether that’s the main instrument display in front of a driver or HD infotainment screens for the passengers.

The system has been designed with over-the-air updates in mind, an often-requested feature now that Tesla has proven the idea out

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