AEye’s most recent articles…
Conventional metrics (such as frame rate and resolution) used for evaluating LiDAR systems don’t adequately or explicitly address real-world problems facing autonomous driving. Therefore, AEye proposes a new, more salient, set of corresponding metrics for evaluation: object revisit rate and instantaneous resolution.
Based off of their findings, VSI Labs determined that AEye's iDAR system "can detect and potentially classify objects with enough precision, accuracy, and distance not possible with conventional LiDAR or camera sensors."
The artificial intelligence that drives autonomous vehicles will require artificial perception that is modeled after the greatest perception engine on the planet — the human visual cortex.
For the better part of 25 years, I have worked at the intersection of transportation and technology. Starting as a powertrain engineer at Ford Motor Company, and through executive tenures at Flexcar, Zipcar and Silvercar, I have seen the industry begin the most profound, tectonic shift in its 120 year history.
With over 15 years of experience in the automotive industry and another 12 years in technology, I’ve found that the development of autonomous vehicles is the perfect intersection of my experience and interests.
I was fortunate enough to work for Intel from the mid 70’s to the mid 90’s – and participated in the advent of desktop and mobile computing...we now have the advanced computing tools that allow companies to apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their decision making and take advantage of big data. These trends converge around the auto industry and its next inflection points — EVs and autonomy.
AEye values integrity, innovation, and a dedication to change the world by bringing sensible, problem-solving ADAS and Mobility perception solutions to market. Will you join us in building a safer future?
Introducing 1KM AEye has set a new benchmark for LiDAR range. In performance specification tests monitored and validated by VSI Labs, AEye’s iDAR system acquired and tracked a truck at 1,000 meters – or one kilometer – five times the distance current LiDAR systems are able to detect! Watch now...