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Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

Intellias is attending TU-Automotive Detroit 2019, and here’s a list of industry disruptors we’re excited to meet

May 21, 2019

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For three days, June 4-6, more than 150 speakers from the top companies and organizations like Uber ATG, General Motors, Volvo Group and even the US Department of E-commerce, International Trade Administration will gather at TU Automotive Detroit. The event is the world’s largest auto tech conference and exhibition, shaping the future of connected mobility.

Intellias experts and regular attendees at leading automotive conferences and we won’t miss this one as well. Now, it’s time to prepare for the event, so we’ve compiled a list of the companies you should definitely pay attention to at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019.

AEye, Inc.

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2013
  • Location: Pleasanton, California, US
  • Employee count: 11-50
  • Website: www.aeye.ai

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, AEye, Inc. specializes in artificial data and brings intelligent sensing (technology) for autonomous vehicles to life.

A world-class team of professionals works on an integrated network using agile sensors, AI algorithms, and high-tech software solutions. The company’s product, LiDAR scanner, provides more precise information for autonomous cars’ route planning system. In January 2019, AEye, Inc. received an award “Outstanding Innovation in Lidar.”

Altia

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 1991
  • Location: Colorado Springs, CO, US
  • Employee count: 51-200
  • Website: www.altia.com

With more than 25 years of experience, Altia is a pro in GUI (graphical user interface) development and offers code generation tools for integrated displays.
Altia also develops some of the most cutting-edge device clusters, head-up displays, infotainment systems and various information displays for drivers. The company can also boast a set of products: Altia Design is a user interface design, simulation and model integration environment; Altia DeepScreen is a solution that converts models and prototypes into deployable graphics code; and Altia ProtoProto is a PhotoShop add-on that converts graphics into interactive prototypes.

Excelfore

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2009
  • Location: Fremont, California, US
  • Employee count: 51-200
  • Website: excelfore.com

Starting from 2019, Excelfore delivers middleware solutions for intelligent mobility networks. Headquartered in Silicon Valley and with the teams all over the world, the company develops protocols and systems for the automotive industry. And though the company is young, it has already delivered world-renowned products like a platform for fleet and vehicle performance, analysis and improvement eLearn™ and a vehicle-to-cloud system eSync™.

Eyesight Technologies

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

Eyesight Technologies develops self-driving in-cabin sensing deliverables and IoT home supplies using cutting-edge computer vision, deep learning and AI.

The company delivers innovative and sensing solutions like driver monitoring, driver identification, occupancy detection and touch-free gesture-based control. To enhance the driving experience and launch precautionary measures when needed, Eyesight Technologies studies driver behavior, when drivers are sleepy or not focused on the road to make sure driving is safe.

Foresight Automotive

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

Foresight Automotive designs, develops and markets camera vision systems powered by their proprietary stereoscopic image technology. The company uses two synchronized cameras to obtain a 3D picture that broadcasts the possible collision on the road (with all participants on the road: cars, cyclists, pedestrians and other restraints). What’s more, if the system detects a possible collision, it activates real-time alerts.

Foresight Automotive’s solution includes a two- or four- camera layout (depending on the weather conditions) for receiving the ultimate 3D image of the circumstances on the road.

Hailo

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2017
  • Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Employee count: 11-50
  • Website: www.hailo.ai

“Empowering intelligence” is Hailo’s tagline, which couldn’t be more accurate as the company is building deep learning solutions for embedded devices. Founded in 2017 and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Hailo is a company that provides deep learning processors for smart devices like autonomous cars, ADAS, wearables, AR/MR, drones, etc. Machine learning, edge and embedded devices, artificial intelligence are just everyday tools they use at Hailo to craft their processors. No wonder the company has already been recognized by Forbes, Tech Crunch, VentureBeat, TheMarker and others.

Karamba Security

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

Karamba Security secures vehicle computing systems from cyber attacks. The company operates within the automotive industry, industry 4.0, IoT as well as enterprise edge. The company has also developed a self-defending vehicle, and now, with the help of Karamba’s Automotive Control Flow Integrity (CFI), SafeCAN and ThreatHive, it is impossible for hackers to enter its in-vehicle networks.

OUSTER

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2015
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Employee count: 51-200
  • Website: www.ouster.io

The Ouster company copes with security issues by building tech sensor hardware for autonomous vehicles, drones and robotics. The company gathers both software and hardware engineers who specialize in robotics. Multi-Beam Flash Lidar is one of Ouster’s most prominent products. It is an exceptional combination of performance, quality, reliability and cost.

Phantom Intelligence

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

Having more than eight years of experience in the field, Phantom Intelligence safeguards vulnerable road users (VRUs) and increases user experience while driving thanks to the improved driver-assistance systems (ADAS), the LiDar sensors in particular.

LiDar’s collision warning sensors are brought into action by the special Phantom Intelligence signals. The affordable cost, security of their LiDars, advanced technology and reliability have all received recognition from the customers.

Hexagon

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2001
  • Location: Cobham, Surrey, Great Britain
  • Employee count: 5,001-10,000
  • Website: www.hexagonmi.com

Hexagon specializes in sensor integration, customer workflows for intelligent information ecosystems and the automation of business processes. Having more than 20K employees and offices in 50 countries, Hexagon delivers 3D laser scanners, laser tracker systems, machine tool measurement, photogrammetry, micrometers, calipers and gauges. Hexagon has also created Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence that is considered to be among the leading providers of information technologies for better quality and efficiency of geospatial apps.

Basemark

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 2015
  • Location: Helsinki, Southern Finland
  • Employee count: 51-200
  • Website: www.basemark.com

Basemark is a leader in graphics and computation software development. The system performance analysis tools designed by Basemark are also used by such companies as AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and Qualcomm. The Rocksolid Engine developed by the company can enhance the performance of GPU rendering and computing and can be used in the automotive, aerospace and military industries.

Intertrust

Top 12 Companies to Meet at TU-Automotive Detroit 2019

  • Founded: 1990
  • Location: Sunnyvale, California, US
  • Employee count: 51-200
  • Website: www.intertrust.com

With almost 30 years on the market, Intertrust develops and delivers solutions for digital privacy and computing services. It is headquartered in Silicon Valley, and its offices are located in London and Beijing. The companies Intertrust works with include ExpressPlay, Personagraph, Nest Labs, SyncTV, Kiora and Planet OS. Intertrust’s disruptive approach to cloud-based systems and predictive intelligence ensures every driver is driving safely and enjoying it.

Feel free to contact us to schedule a meeting at TU-Automotive Detroit and discuss what is going on in the world of autonomous driving.


Our expert, Victor Haydin, Growing Technology Business at Intellias, is going to attend the conference. So, don’t hesitate to approach him if you want to talk about the future of automotive. Plus, as Top Enterprise Software Development Company, Intellias will help you solve your main business challenges. See you at TU-Automotive Detroit!

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