With its software product strategy, BASELABS contributes to safe automated driving for all vehicles.

 
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BASELABS joins forces with major industry players | Sensor fusion runtime prediction
 
 
 
  Dear reader,  
 
 

the development of safe, automated driving will only be mastered in collaboration. This is why BASELABS joins the first long-term working group "Safety & Architecture" of The Autonomous. The working group aims to define a safe automated driving system architecture for self-driving vehicles.

Additionally, our product manager Norman Mattern has analyzed whether DMIPS is a valuable metric to predict the runtime of sensor fusion algorithms on different embedded platforms, like Infineon AURIX and ARM Cortex.

Finally, BASELABS emerges with a clear focus, optimized internal operations, and strong investment into its future portfolio from the pandemic.

Enjoy reading!

Your BASELABS team

 
 
 
 
  Major tech and automotive industry players establish cross-industry partnership for automated driving  
 
 

BASELABS is a member of the first long-term working group "Safety & Architecture" of The Autonomous. Truly automated driving cannot be mastered alone, but only by joining forces. Therefore, Arm, Audi, BMW, BASELABS, DENSO, NXP, TTTech Auto, and four other technology and research members are committed to working towards a safe system architecture for self-driving vehicles. "With its software product strategy, BASELABS contributes to safe automated driving not only for one brand or one car model but for all vehicles. This aligns perfectly with The Autonomous' mission of working together on global reference solutions that will benefit the future users of automated mobility. We are looking forward to creating results in the working groups." says Robin Schubert, co-founder, and CEO of BASELABS. The working group aims to define a safe automated driving system architecture for self-driving vehicles as the basis for standardization and series production.

Details about the working group

 
 
 
 
  Sensor Fusion and DMIPS  
 
 

Predicting the runtime of sensor fusion algorithms is essential for selecting a particular embedded platform that is suitable for the intended driving function. Therefore, our product manager Norman Mattern analyzed whether DMIPS is a valuable metric for the runtime prediction on different platforms, like Infineon AURIX and ARM Cortex.

Read his article

Feel free to follow Norman on LinkedIn to not miss new content for automated driving professionals.

 
 
 
 
  „Never waste a good crisis“ (Churchill)  
 
 

Like many of you, also BASELABS struggled last year. With projects being cancelled, purchase orders postponed and a high general uncertainty spreading through our industry, the pandemic hit hard.

In this difficult period, our founders and shareholders discussed different crisis strategies. Their decision: Investing in the next generation of BASELABS products, and preparing for the post-pandemic upturn by optimizing our internal operations, processes, and organization.

We are proud and grateful that like many of our customers, BASELABS proved resilient. We are happy to see business growing again in 2021 and have never been more motivated to work together with you on our vision of safe automated driving for all vehicles.

 
 
 
 
  Events  
 
 

01.-02.07.2021 TechAD.Europe 2021, Berlin / hybrid - Join the presentation of Eric Richter: Sensor Fusion – from magic to data-driven development

08.07.2021 OUTPUT2021, Dresden (in cooperation with CADA)

29.09.2021 THE AUTONOMOUS 2021, Vienna / hybrid

More information on our event page!

We look forward to welcoming you in person again soon - however, please note that announced events may change at short notice due to Covid-19.

 
 
 
 
 
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