Fortellix’s GigaScale software suite’s goal is to improve the safety of autonomous vehicles by delivering a comprehensive set of verification solutions. It is the result of Foretellix adapting the technologies, methods and concepts that it developed for chip design verification.
Eurotech has presented its latest DynaCor family of water-cooled, ruggedized computers for datalogging and computing for the first time at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo 2018 (Stand AV3008).
Developer of 3D software solutions for engineering, architecture, video games and media entertainment Next Limit Technologies has presented its new simulation software, Anyverse, during Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo (Stand AV10016).
Fusion Processing (Stand AV5007) CEO, Jim Hutchinson believes that the situational awareness of AVs is a major challenge, due to the unpredictability of other road users.
Speaking live on the second day of Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo, Marc Mengler, CEO of Understand.AI (Stand AV11012), revealed that the main challenges in AV software development lie in testing and validation, rather than design and learning.
Technical recruitment agency VHR (Stand 11014) is at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo to promote its move into the field of recruiting engineers, project managers and technicians for the emerging field of AVs and electric vehicles.
Black Duck Software (Stand AV7008) is at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo to promote its Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) report, which provides an in-depth look at the state of open source security, license compliance, and code-quality risk in commercial software.
NIRA Dynamics (Stand AV6020), which has been collecting road surface data from cars in the Gothenburg, Sweden, area to generate maps on road conditions, is expanding its offering with additional weather data for more accurate monitoring and predictions of road conditions.
VSI Labs (Stand AV2002), a research company for AV and ADAS technology, used the first day of Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo to announce it has started up a new program, where manufacturers and developers of components, technology and software can contribute to VSI’s new Ford Fusion research vehicle.
A developer of 3D software solutions for engineering, architecture, videogames and media entertainment, Next Limit Technologies, will highlight its new initiative – Anyverse.
Helix Technologies is developing a range of ceramic-based, automotive-grade, high-performance antennas for use with AVs.
ESI Pro-SiVIC will highlight its expertise in providing physically realistic 3D simulations of environments and sensors, to help solve development challenges for HAD/ADAS engineering early in the development process.
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and TÜV SÜD are launching a joint project to certify systems based on AI used in autonomous driving and develop a roadworthiness test for algorithms.
Returning exhibitor PTV Group will showcase software designed to simplify automotive developers’ lives when creating innovative approaches.
Transportation companies can now virtually test and integrate their next-generation lidars
before their release. Optis, a global virtual prototyping company, will demonstrate the new
validation system for the first time in Europe at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World
Engineers’ desire to develop autonomous vehicle (AV), automated driving system (ADS) and unmanned UAV projects faster has driven the creation of the first product in Crystal Group’s new Rugged Autonomous Computer Equipment (RACE) range, which will be on display in Stuttgart, Germany.
Simulator software company rFpro will showcase its Sensor_IG sensor testing software, which is designed to generate realistic data feeds, in real time, for models of cameras, radar, lidar and ultrasound sensors.