Source: Arbe announcement
TEL AVIV — Arbe, the provider of next-generation 4D Imaging Radar Solutions, launched its Radar Development Platform empowering customers to revolutionize their imaging radar systems.
Tier 1s, original-equipment manufacturers (OEM) and new mobility players are enhancing their perception algorithms based on the 2K high resolution Imaging Radar Development Platform, or A Sample as referred to in the automotive industry.
Arbe is collaborating with more than 20 tier-1 and OEM customers in the United States, Europe, China, Korea and Japan that are developing their next-generation radar systems based on this Imaging Radar Development Platform. This launch will enable Arbe technology-based radars to be implemented in vehicles on the road as early as 2022.
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Current radars on the market process 12 channels, and industry radars in development are promising 192 channels. Arbe’s chipset processes 2304 (48×48) channels, providing 2K ultra-high resolution, far beyond what any other radar can provide.
Arbe’s imaging radar solution, with its superior resolution and object detection in all environment conditions prevents the causes of some of the recent ADAS road accidents, as it tracks vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, bicycles, scooters, and can detect stationary objects like a parked vehicle in a lane, or road construction on the highway. It also eliminates false alarms, that are common with current generation radars, so that ADAS and AV systems can finally trust the reading from the radar.
“Until now, our solution demonstrated tremendous potential to the industry promising both the highest standards of safety for ADAS and unmatched levels of perception for autonomous vehicles,” said Kobi Marenko, CEO of Arbe. “With the launch of our Radar Development Platform, our solution is now a reality for the road – moving from a theory to an actuality that is being implemented by customers across the globe. Meeting this milestone puts Arbe ahead of the automotive radar industry.”
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