Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Qualcomm launches palm-sized autonomous driving computer Snapdragon Ride, aiming to hit roads by 2023

  • Qualcomm has spent years developing self-driving technology near its headquarters in virtual silence
  • Its new computers for autonomous vehicles can fit in one hand and can handle everything from lane controls to full self-driving

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Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Dheeraj Ahuja, senior director of engineering at Qualcomm, points at the new Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving computing system in the trunk of a demo car at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, US, January 5, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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