Friday, October 26, 2018

Automotive News

FLIR talks about "educating" the automotive makers on LWIR night vision importance:

Vioneer, a Atolive, Sweden spin-off, talks about night vision and LiDAR in cars:

BusinessWire: LiDAR developer Innovusion has raised $30m in Series A funding. On the heels of the funding, the company’s LiDAR system, the Innovusion Cheetah, is now available for ordering by customers worldwide. Innovusion Cheetah is said to be the world’s first image-grade LiDAR system to support level 4+ (fully autonomous under certain operating conditions) autonomous driving solutions.

The Cheetah LiDAR is said to be able to detect objects more than 200 meters away and generates an dense point cloud (300 lines), more than double of that of other providers in the space, while maintaining a high frame rate and achieving low-cost in high-volume production. Innovusion is ramping production to meet worldwide demand starting in Q4 2018. Innovusion was founded in November 2016 and began shipping samples of Innovusion Cheetah LiDAR in the second quarter of 2018.

Socionext shows its Omniview system that can change a virtual view point based on the car multiple cameras:

Nikkei: New Lexus ES is said to become the first production car with digital side mirrors:

Venturebeat: Eyesight raises $15m for global expansion of its in-cabin sensing technologies:

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