Huawei and Audi partner on 'intelligent self-driving'

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Huawei and Audi have announced that they will partner on intelligent connected vehicles, with the networking giant’s Mobile Data Center (MDC) being integrated into the Audi Q7 as a showcase prototype.

The MDC would be used in “urban automatic driving environments”, Huawei said.

“We evaluate a joint development of highly automated driving functions and future oriented vehicle-to-infrastructure communications,” EVP of Audi China R&D Saad Metz said at Huawei Connect 2018 in Shanghai on Thursday.

“Audi proved in many events over the world to be one of the technology leaders in the area of highly automated [driving]. We are looking forward to intensify the partnership with Huawei in the future, because we are convinced that a closer cooperation between our two

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