Working together with its partners, the Toyota Research Institute - Advanced Development (TRI-AD) has successfully developed and tested high-definition maps. "We are one step closer to a future where automated driving will be a safe technology that is available to everyone," said Mandali Khalesi, Vice President of Automated Driving Strategy and Mapping at TRI-AD. The high-definition maps have been created using commercial satellite images. The necessary information has been automatically extracted and cars, shadows and occlusions caused by buildings have been analyzed and removed. Maps with a relative accuracy of up to 25 cm have been produced in 23 districts in Tokyo and in six cities outside Japan. Dashcams have also been used to create high-definition maps. The accuracy of the maps produced in this way was up to 40 cm for the key road features. TomTom and Here have integrated the vehicle data that has been collected into their maps.
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