The University of California, Berkeley’s ROAR program, in collaboration with the AI Racing Tech team, is set to showcase their next-gen autonomous racecar at CES 2024. This cutting-edge vehicle, an update to the Dallara AV-21 introduced in 2021, features enhanced controls and perception sensors, embodying the pinnacle of driverless automotive technology.
The UC Berkeley ROAR (Robot Open Autonomous Racing) program is a student-run initiative. The program launched in 2019 to push the boundaries of autonomous systems.
The ROAR program develops extensive experience in creating algorithms for 3D perception, model predictive control, reinforcement learning, generative AI, and simulation and virtual reality. This work is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and various industry sponsors.
The racecar, built on the Indy NXT chassis, obviously lacks a driver’s seat. This development represents a significant leap in autonomous robotics, with potential implications for various high-performance industries.
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