4D Imaging Radar: Addressing the Rising Complexity and Cost of Automotive Safety

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The automotive industry is facing the challenge of rising safety standards and the growing complexity and cost that comes with them.

Safety improvements traditionally require the deployment of numerous single-function sensors, an approach that’s economically unsustainable and inefficient. With up to 200 sensors per car, electronics make up over 35% of overall vehicle cost, a percentage expected to rise to 50% by 2030.

That’s why the industry is embracing a model that enables OEMs and Tier 1s to reassess legacy solutions. ‘Multifunctionality on a single-chip platform’, a trailblazing approach, reduces complexity and cost while enhancing safety.

Download the white paper to discover how multifunctionality on a single-chip platform:

  • Addresses automotive safety regulation.
  • Supports a vast range of in-car and ADAS applications.
  • Provides OEMs and Tier 1s the flexibility to scale to future applications.
  • Replace dozens of standard sensors, providing high-end safety available for all vehicle models.

You’ll also have access to an in-depth primer on 4D imaging radar technology.

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One comment

  1. Avatar Jerry Roane 26th April 2021 @ 6:20 pm

    The lower cost way to make vehicles safer is to improve the road. Elevated high speed guideways with a uniform high speed will supply the flow necessary while ending fatalities from cars leaving the roadway. Rollover is one of the major factors in death rates of car crashes. Making the guideway hold the vehicle in 3D does not allow rollover or leaving the exact trajectory of the guideway. I am not bad-mouthing other mitigation devices but we must jump to the chase because of the seriousness of the damage happening every day. Two levels of guideway eliminates at-grade intersections the other killer.

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