GWM reveals AI-assisted technology

GWM reveals AI-assisted technology

Haomo.AI, an autonomous driving company affiliated to GWM, launches NOH.
Haomo.AI, an autonomous driving company affiliated to GWM, launches NOH.

Great Wall Motor (GWM) has revealed its NOH high-speed intelligent pilot-assisted driving system, along with the latest self-developed Dayu battery technology.

Haomo.AI, an autonomous driving start-up company controlled by GWM, developed NOH, or "navigation on hpilot", which allows vehicles to follow a navigation-guided route, while recognising potential dangers and road manoeuvres like lane changing, overtaking and unprotected turns.

GWM Lemon platform.

It can also deal with complex urban traffic scenarios such as abrupt short-distanced lane changes, roundabouts, tunnels and overpasses. GWM vehicles supported with NOH will be officially launched in the Chinese market soon.

"GWM has always been committed to technological innovation and a user-centric approach. We have not only obtained many patents but have also made great advances in intelligent technology," said Narong Sritalayon, managing director of Great Wall Motor (Thailand).

The self-developed Dayu battery technology.

GWM says it will continue to respond to customer's needs with three technology brands: GWM Lemon, GWM Tank and Coffee Intelligent. GWM has applied these three technologies to vehicles that are already being produced and sold to consumers around the world, making GWM a leader in intelligent technology.

Lemon is a highly intelligent modular technology platform that can be modified to support the development of small to large saloons, SUVs and MPVs. This intelligent platform boasts the advantages of flexibility, high performance, high safety and light weight along with an increased ability to absorb and disperse shocks to reduce the impact force in the cabin structure.

Intelligent active suspension system.

Tank is a world-class platform that meets all the capabilities of producing high-end off-road vehicles.

Coffee Intelligent refers to intelligent systems for future mobility, covering driving and intelligent electronic/electrical architecture. The platform is poised to create a more comfortable and efficient driving experience than ever before, as well as to expand its internet connectivity and the ability to connect human-vehicle relationships.

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