Although fully autonomous vehicles are not destined to be operating in the mainstream for several more years, the drive towards smarter and safer vehicles is consistently accelerating. Advanced driver assistance systems that detect obstacles, recognize and correct driver error, thus reducing collisions and injury, are rapidly becoming more and more sophisticated. In addition, automakers have specific needs based on climate, region, and consumer demand. These needs cannot always be addressed with one single solution but, instead, require technology that is flexible and adaptable so as to address the specificity of the use case.
In this webinar, Frantz and Mike will explore the ADAS and AD automotive landscape, the challenges, and the technology presently being employed. As this landscape evolves, automakers are realizing that their specific design requirements often require a more open, flexible, and scalable sensing platform that accommodates an array of sensor options. Frantz and Mike will share their rationale based on their vast automotive and sensor technology background as to why a platform approach is the best solution in addressing ADAS and AD requirements across the value chain.