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IDF Fall 2007 Update (Part 3)

By Dr. Jimmy Tang - 21 Sep 2007

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 The new Stanford "Junior" robot car can drive itself around using the latest computational power provided by Intel quad-core processors. The car is also equipped with eight laser sensors and a GPS system.

 Two of the laser sensor systems are mounted on the roof of this Volkswagen Passat.

 The laser system on the roof helps detect obstacles with 360 degrees view. Obstacles are indicated in red.

 Two computers are mounted at the boot compartment of the car, along with controllers, power supplies and network switches.

 Another laser sensor mounted on the rear side of the car.

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