"Huawei's Mate 10 Pro drives this Porsche so I don't have to"
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Mobile World Congress 2018
Huawei's Mate 10 Pro drives this Porsche so I don't have to
Hey everyone, we're at Mobile World Congress to check out a self-driving car powered by the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
Now Huawei isn't getting into the self-driving car business, it actually set up this demo to show off the processing power of its Kirin 970 chip.
All right, here we go.
Oop, we're going, this is it.
See, the steering wheel, it is rigged up, I think they just rigged some mechanism to move the steering wheel and the pedal and the brake.
So this is a full self-driving car, but It is V powered by the May 10 pro.
There's some objects right there.
It looks like a dog.
Yeah, it's definitely a dog.
So we just went on our first trial run.
The car was only going about 5 miles an hour.
Now we're in for the legit Second run, which we're supposed to go about 30 miles an hour?
Whenever you're ready.
Here we go.
And we survived our two runs in the self-driving car.
The May 10 Pro was successful in recognizing the objects in front of us.
In this case, a man in a bicycle swerved off to the right.
I was able to use the video feed for those cameras mounted on top of the car For the object detection and it worked.
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