Objective Software has presented its autonomous driving vehicle on 27th and 28th November 2018 at Vehicle Meetings Turin (VTM Torino) 2018. It was the first vehicle with a high level of autonomy to drive on the streets of Turin. (more…)
Italy’s automotive event of the year is happening in Turin this November: On November 27th and 28th, the Vehicle Meetings Conference will take place at OGR Torino. Objective Software is happy to announce that the company will be attending as an industry sponsor of the event. (more…)
On Friday, October 26th, Objective Software presented its teleoperated vehicle in Turin for the first time. The Munich based company worked with TIM and Ericsson for this event. Goal of the happening was to show how mobility and 5G will shape our technology of the future. (more…)
Objective Software joined Luxoft at the BMW IT Messe for the first time in October 2018. The joint booth at the OEM’s IT Fair marks the first public appearance of the two companies merged in August 2018. In two days, Objective and Luxoft were able to introduce countless employees of BMW to the products and skills of the companies. (more…)
Start: October 2017;
Curiosity: Internal product-oriented R&D project that aims to explore current business areas for Objective. Close collaboration with major OEMs and universities has been initiated for this purpose.
The first fully autonomous cars will be expensive, very expensive. A glance at the Tesla models shows us that the cheapest vehicle of the fleet still costs $49,000. And for good reason: the technology within a self-driving car is costly. We’re talking high-definition cameras, radars, and LiDAR-sensors as well as communication devices which let the cars interact with their surroundings. However, when you take the sensors from the car and bring them to its surroundings, the infrastructure acts as the eyes and ears of the vehicle – efficient, cost-effective and timesaving. Objective Software is working on a solution that puts the technology in the infrastructure of any area –production plants, airports, warehouses, parking decks and much more – and is able to steer any vehicle to its desired location. The sensors in the vehicle’s environment take care of localization; the path planning and mapping happen in the cloud. The cloud then also steers the car to its destined location. In an enterprise setting, infrastructure-based autonomous driving not only makes sense economically and technologically, but it is also feasible today. By equipping our environment with smart technology step by step, we will be able to put the pieces together and finally form the connected world of the future.
Germany as a nation needs to invest more resources in artificial intelligence – that, at least, is a demand of the German government. However, many researchers find that requirement quite vague and there’s a lot of talking past each other. The podcast “Computer und Kommunikation” (English: “Computer and Communication”) analyzes the status quo – with the help of .objective CEO Clemens Dannheim. (more…)
Objective Software GmbH is happy to announce that the company has been acquired by Luxoft Holding, Inc. The publicly traded (NYSE:LXFT) IT service provider is based in Zug, Switzerland and runs operations for hundreds of clients worldwide. (more…)
.objective Software brought the hit showcase to Hanover: Together with our partners Vodafone and Schmidbauer we presented our teleoperated crane at the CEBIT 2018. We presented the crane software in Pavilion 33 of the IT fair. This controlled the Schmidbauer crane, which operated 350 kilometers away in Aldenhoven. (more…)
On June 6 and 7, 2018, .objective Software presented teleoperated driving at the opening of the 5G Hub in Lisbon. Together with our partner Vodafone Portugal, we presented our Teleop to a mixture of international audience and political celebrities. (more…)