GCDC 2016 looks back on a successful event

Enthusiastic crowd at demonstrations of self-driving cars in Helmond

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And the winner is…..

The Swedish team from Halmstad University won the first prize, followed by the German team KIT AnnieWay and the Swedish KTH truck team. The three winning teams received a NVIDIA Jetson TX1 developer Kit, a development platform for Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence. The overall winner was rewarded with a month of scientific research support on subjects related to cooperative automated driving, two weeks of research consultancy on subjects related to cooperative automated driving and a masterclass on cooperative automated driving at the winning institute, including technology demonstration on site, by co-organizers TU/e and TNO representing a value of € 25.000.