Autonomous and computer-assisted driving are disruptively changing the automotive industry. Automatic recognition and classification of traffic events and road signs require considerable on-board intelligence and real-time decision making.
Artificial intelligence is widely considered crucial for implementing this technology. The aim of this project is to develop low-power, reconfigurable devices for artificial intelligence in the automotive industry. Our systems consist of bottom-up assembled nanomaterial networks integrated with conventional top-down CMOS electronics. The project is a close collaboration between the University of Twente and all four users.