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Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Intellias is attending Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium. Here’s a list of Automotive innovators we can’t wait to meet

May 07, 2019

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On May 21-23, the Autonomous Vehicle Test and Development Symposium will gather the world’s leading automotive engineers and companies in Stuttgart. 80 expert speakers will share their insights on the future of autonomous driving: ADAS calibration, deep learning systems, and virtual test driving are just some of the topics they will cover. The event will be co-located with the Autonomous Vehicle Software and AI Symposium and the Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design and Technology Symposium.

With expertise in the automotive domain, Intellias made a list of the industry influencers to see at Stuttgart. Here are the Symposium’s top 13 companies that bring the autonomous future to life.

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Uber Advanced Technologies Group

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Uber ATG is a part of Uber Technologies Inc. that focuses on bringing autonomous vehicles to the roads. The company aims at making driverless transportation safer and more reliable. Uber ATG’s engineering team focuses on mapping, vehicle safety, and self-driving technologies. Researchers and engineers at Uber ATG try to cope with the main challenges of autonomous cars: perception, prediction, and planning. With both virtual and on-road autonomous car testing combined, Uber ATG has good chances of becoming the leader in the autonomous car R&D.

CARMERA

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

No one knows more about HD maps and navigation-critical data for autonomous vehicles than CARMERA. The US company operates an owned and professionally crowdsourced vehicular sensor network built from the ground up. Thanks to the network, CARMERA’s system gathers a continually updated 3D scene, change detection and analytics data. Then, the platform displays rich texture and insight for an autonomous vehicle. It builds environment data customers and helps autonomous cars navigate safely. CARMERA’s services include Autonomous Map, Site Intelligence, and Fleet Monitoring.

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Deepen AI

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Founded in 2017 by a group of Google engineers, this Silicon Valley startup has already made a difference. Deepen AI is an autonomous development tooling company. It provides autonomous AI vendors, OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers with advanced deep learning and computer vision algorithms. Deepen AI’s tools accelerate and simplify high-quality labeling of camera, lidar, and radar data.

HORIBA MIRA

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Founded in 1946 by the IMechE, HORIBA MIRA is a global leader in pioneering, engineering, research and test services. The company has 40 test facilities, 100km of specialized proving ground, and a big team of professionals with rich engineering experience. For connected and autonomous vehicle companies, HORIBA MIRA’s services include ADAS and CAV testing, engineering consultancy, simulation, and modeling.

Luminar

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Luminar produces lidar systems for the autonomous vehicle industry. The company made its famous sensor system from scratch. Lasers, receivers, chips, packaging – all its components are engineered by Luminar’s team. Astonishing as it is, the company’s lidars have 50x higher resolution and 10x longer range coverage than their market competitors. What’s more, Luminar’s sensor systems work in inclement weather, through fog and dust.

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HERE Technologies

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

  • Founded: 2012
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, US
  • Employee count: 5001 – 10000
  • Website: https://www.here.com

No doubt, HERE Technologies is the global leader of the location data and technology market. The company provides remarkable geolocation solutions and services to a wide range of industries. Automotive, insurance, infrastructure, telecom are just some of them. HERE Technologies shapes the future of location by forming strategic alliances, and Intellias is proud to be their partner in Ukraine.

dSPACE

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

With more than 30 years of experience, dSPACE knows everything about electronic systems. The company is the world’s leading provider of hardware and software tools for developing and testing electronic control systems. It’s interesting that dSPACE systems are not only popular in the automotive industry: the company also provides its services to aerospace, defense, industrial automation, medical technology, and many other high-tech industries.

AdaSky

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

AdaSky is a startup that delivers the far-infrared (FIR) technology to the autonomous vehicle market. The company knows that thermal FIR sensing is crucial to Level 3 and higher vehicle autonomy. That’s why it has developed a scalable product specially for autonomous vehicles. AdaSky’s breakthrough sensing and perception solution VIPER has a long range and high resolution. VIPER allows autonomous vehicles to reliably detect, segment, and analyze pedestrians, animals, objects, and road conditions.

Velodyne LiDAR

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Velodyne LiDAR doesn’t need an introduction. This company has been a pioneer in lidar sensor development and is now the world’s leading sensor-product and real-time lidar manufacturer. Velodyne LiDAR provides a full line of sensors capable of delivering accurate real-time 3D data. Velodyne’s products are applied in various industries: automotive, UAV, R&D robotics, mapping, mining, agriculture, topography, geology, industrial, security, and urban planning.

Harman International Industries

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Harman International Industries specialize in manufacturing and developing audio products and electronic systems. One of the pioneers in the connected car technology, Harman keeps car connectivity as one of their key services. Together with their parent company Samsung Electronics, Harman makes audio, electronic, and infotainment systems for vehicle applications to be installed primarily as original equipment by automotive manufacturers. The company’s solutions include V2X, automotive cybersecurity, telematics control unit, Harman ignite cloud platform, and a lot more.

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Konrad Technologies

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Konrad Technologies provides test solutions and core technologies for electronic boards and devices. It works with automotive, aerospace and defense, telecom, white goods, medical, semiconductors, general electronic manufacturing, and industrial automation industries. Konrad Technologies offers various test solutions for automotive companies. The company does an especially good job in ADAS simulation and validation. Konrad Technologies helps its clients with extended camera simulation tests, lidar sensor tests, sensor fusion tests, and radar target simulation.

AVL

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

AVL develops powertrain systems with internal combustion engines, instrumentation and test systems. The company’s solutions include engineering, manufacturing, testing solutions and simulation technologies. For autonomous cars, AVL offers a wide range of services. ADAS verification and validation, development through ADAS simulators and virtual reality, system engineering for autonomous driving are some of them.

Cognata

Top 13 Automotive Disruptors to See at the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium

Cognata develops a unique driving validation platform for autonomous vehicles. It allows testing self-driving cars safely and quickly. The platform combines TrueLife 3D Mesh and PhysicsStudio to simulate the sensor interaction with the external materials. Moreover, thanks to the deep learning simulation engine, Cognata’s simulator allows system running through thousands of different scenarios. And each mile driven on the company’s simulator is actually equal to hundreds of miles driven regularly.


Being a provider of automotive software and location-based solutions, Intellias can’t miss Europe’s hottest autonomous driving event. Meet our automotive expert Victor Haydin, Growing Technology Business at Intellias, to discuss the latest technology trends in the industry.


Also, feel free to contact us if you want to arrange a meeting at the Symposium and talk about the future of autonomous driving.

See you at the Autonomous Vehicle Test and Development Symposium in Stuttgart!

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