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Pierre Olivier, Eng. Recognized for his technical expertise as well as his vision, Pierre has numerous years’ experience in the development of high-tech products. Upon graduating from university in 1991, he joined CML Technologies, where very early on, his ability to manage projects in a pragmatic and efficient manner became clear. He quickly moved up the corporate ladder, while developing his management skills. Pierre has also designed a number of innovative, adaptable, practical, and robust products that are used worldwide in strategic applications such as emergency dispatch and air traffic control, and he holds several patents for his work. He then continued his career at Adept Technology Canada and at DAP Technologies before joining the LeddarTech team in 2010. Pierre holds a degree in electrical engineering from Université Laval and is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.

Driving Towards Level 3 Automation, Understanding the Importance of Sensing Modalities, Perception and Fusion

In partnership with LeddarTech
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Although the deployment of AD solutions has been slower than anticipated, market demand for Level 3 features is high and Level 3 solutions are anticipated to represent the majority of the growth in privately-owned AD revenue for at least 10 years. In this webinar, review the requirements for L3 sensing and the building blocks used to deliver L3 features.

  • State of Sensor sets for Level 2 today
  • Addressing the gap to Level 3 & Level 3 fallback
  • Lidar & OEDR requirements for Level 3 AD
  • Individual Sensing modalities & Fusion contribution to OEDR
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