The imaging radar improves target detection and provides remarkable high-resolution 4D imaging that excels in collision avoidance
As per a survey by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, almost 94% of accidents on U.S. roads occur due to human error.
So by having a driverless car, will that percentage come down across the globe and help to increase the adoption of autonomous driving? The answer is yes.
To prove this, the South Korea-based company called bitsensing, an imaging radar technology company, presents the AIR 4D, a 79 GHz imaging radar featuring Multi-Chip Cascading technology for improved target detection and remarkable high-resolution 4D imaging radar.
It offers a reliable detection range beyond 300+ meters and a wide Field of View. By tracking objects in azimuth, elevation and velocity, the AIR 4D provides high-resolution point clouds, longer detection range, greater accuracy and a more reliable object classification at an automotive-grade.
An effective road planning and real-time driving assistance enable the AIR 4D for collision avoidance in autonomous driving, drastically reducing the number of crashes and fatalities occurring on the roads.
It also solves complex issues with Euro NCAP cut-in and cut-out as well as provides steering wheel support for a fully automated driving experience.
The combination of cutting-edge design of sensor fusions with AI solutions offers better detection, perception and classification for ushering in the era of safe level five autonomous driving.
For this development, the AIR 4D has been named the CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree, which will happen from January 5-8 2022 in Las Vegas, NV and digitally.