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Dibotics and Intempora enter into technical partnership to solve challenges related to the implementation of driverless cars

Dibotics and Intempora have entered into a technical partnership to solve challenges related to the implementation of driverless cars, like obtaining a real-time high-definition perception of the environment, a precise localization of the vehicle and real-time sensor fusion.

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Intempora is a software editor having expertise in providing advanced software solutions for the automotive industry, especially with real-time multisensor applications, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and highly automated driving (HAD). While Dibotics specializes in real-time LiDAR processing software. It has created an embedded LiDAR software to provide fast (real-time) and advanced LiDAR data processing, called Augmented LiDARTM. The Augmented LiDARTM software solves the majority of the perception challenges facing self-driving cars. It does this through precise localization/Ego-Motion, 3D mapping, obstacles detection and tracking, calibration-less sensor fusion and point wise classification.

Dibotics and Intempora agree that the Autonomous Driving industry needs new insights and perspectives to move forward and make a difference in safer and better solutions. The Dibotics module embedded in RTMaps (RTMaps is a component-based development software which facilitates the design and the execution of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and highly automated driving (HAD) applications) will allow engineers working on Autonomous Driving and ADAS application to accelerate time to market and simplify the development of specific applications.

About Piyush Rajan

Asst. Editor |Telematics Wire | Smart automotive

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