AEye takes Reuters on a drive down the Las Vegas Strip to show off how its artificial perception technology can detect up to 1000 meters and mimic human perception by focusing on important objects in a scene.
TechCrunch announces AEye's close of Series B funding. Led by Taiwania Capital and including returning investors Kleiner Perkins, Intel Capital, Airbus Ventures, and Tyche Partners, the artificial perception pioneer and creator of iDAR raised $40 million, bringing its total funding to roughly $61 million.
FutureCar sits down with AEye’s Lead Strategist, Jordan Greene, to learn how AEye uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to mimic the advanced processes of human perception.
New sensor technology by AEye, which specializes in artificial perception, aims to combat key safety concerns regarding the development and mainstream adoption of autonomous vehicles.
In AEye's revolutionary iDAR system, LiDAR and camera work together to achieve better results through intelligent, selective scanning — a key aspect of human perception.
AEye, which differentiates itself from competing artificial perception systems for autonomous vehicles by fusing agile LiDAR with a high-resolution, low-light camera, has raised $16 million in Series A financing led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Other participates include Airbus Ventures, Intel Capital and Tyche Partners.