China’s Automaker Baidu self driving cars will debut before 2021 for autonomous valet parking

Baidu is on the cusp of making self-driving cars more useful. The Chinese tech giant has actually exposed that its Apollo Computing Unit, billed as the “world’s first production-ready” autonomous driving computer system, is ready for use on the streets. It’s an unassuming box, but it can deal with massive quantities of information from 5 cams and 12 ultrasonic radars.

It’s based upon Xilinx processors and boasts microcontrollers from chip maker Infineon.