Dr. Brian Holt, Head of Autonomous Parking & Indoor Mapping

Recent Posts

Halfway and a successful public demo!

Posted by Dr. Brian Holt, Head of Autonomous Parking & Indoor Mapping on 09 September 2019 12:47:26 BST

The Autonomous Valet Parking project is a 30-month project funded by InnovateUK and the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, due to end on 31 October 2020. 

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Topics: Parking, Autonomous Vehicles, Self Parking, Valet Parking, Indoor maps, Demo

Autoware workshop at IV2019

Posted by Dr. Brian Holt, Head of Autonomous Parking & Indoor Mapping on 04 June 2019 10:50:20 BST

Parkopedia helped found the AVP consortium because we believe that Autonomous Valet Parking will become an important way in which we can serve our customers, by reducing the hassle of the parking experience. Parkopedia are providing highly detailed mapping data for off-street car parks, one of the critical components to a car being able to successfully park autonomously

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Topics: Autonomous Vehicles, Self Parking, Valet Parking, Indoor maps, Autoware

Autonomous Valet Parking, not robo-taxis, will lead self-driving technology

Posted by Dr. Brian Holt, Head of Autonomous Parking & Indoor Mapping on 03 June 2019 11:20:16 BST

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Research on self-driving cars has been continuing for more than 30 years, starting with the pioneering work by Ernst Dickmanns on the PROMETHEUS project. A lot of work has taken place since then and is still ongoing, but the question remains: why has the problem of self-driving still not been solved in 30 years?

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Topics: Autonomous Vehicles, Mobility, Robo-taxis, Self Parking, Valet Parking

Why Parkopedia Believes in Autonomous Valet Parking

Posted by Dr. Brian Holt, Head of Autonomous Parking & Indoor Mapping on 03 June 2019 11:19:38 BST

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Parkopedia’s mission is to improve the world by delivering innovative parking solutions. Our expertise lies within the parking and automotive industries, where we have developed a solid reputation as the leading global provider of high quality off-street and on-street parking services.

 

Parkopedia helped found the AVP consortium because we believe that Autonomous Valet Parking will become an important way in which we can serve our customers, by reducing the hassle of the parking experience. Parkopedia are providing highly detailed mapping data for off-street car parks, one of the critical components to a car being able to successfully park autonomously.

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Topics: Parking, Autonomous Vehicles, Mobility, Self Parking, Valet Parking