Chris Wiltz of DesignNews chronicles AEye President Blair LaCorte's AutoMobility LA 2019 press conference where he discusses how iDAR enables autonomous vehicle sensing technology to “out-perceive the human eye” using biomimicry, iDAR's motion forecasting ability, and how AEye's technology is similar to the Indoraptor from “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.”
Marcus Amick of Ride by Kelley Blue Book calls AEye's new 2D/3D perception sensor system, iDAR, one of the "most interesting tech innovations" featured at the AutoMobility summit. At their outdoor exhibition, AEye demonstrated how iDAR can "search, acquire, classify, and track" objects by combining agile LiDAR, camera, and AI in the sensor.
October 29–30, 2019 | TU Automotive Europe | Munich, Germany October 29th, 11:20-11:50am | The State of Self Driving – How to Solve Perception Through Intelligent Sensing Speaker: Peter Szelei – Director Of Business Development, AEye
EE Times interviewed AEye’s VP of Product Management, Aravind Ratnam, at AutoSens Brussels 2019 for their article "6 Trends on ‘Perception’ for ADAS/AV." Ratnam explains how only AEye's iDAR can “address certain corner cases" that conventional perception systems for ADAS and fully autonomous vehicles have difficulty handling reliably.
September 12–22, 2019 | IAA Conference | Frankfurt, Germany
In the August 2019 issue of Autonomous Vehicle Technology magazine, AEye’s VP of Product Management, Aravind Ratnam, rethinks the three “Rs” of LiDAR — rate, resolution, and range — and proposes extending automotive LiDAR evaluation metrics to meet the capabilities of today's technology.