The benefits of BASELABS Create Embedded along the development chain.

 
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Low-level fusion, functional safety, validation, and extended object tracking – these are the topics that have captivated the 40 experts at our first BASELABS Data Fusion Forum. Our opinion, but also that of invited representatives: a complete success.

BASELABS Create Embedded can be used along the entire development chain - from pre-development through embedded prototyping to the ECU for series production. The software enables the safety-compliant development of data fusion systems, including documentation and testing of safety-related use cases.

Cooperation is of great importance to us: The Chemnitz Automated Driving Alliance (CADA) was founded - Germany's unique network in the field of autonomous driving.

 
 
 
 
  BASELABS Data Fusion Forum 2019  
 
 

Data fusion as part of the environmental model is one of the key components for automated driving. The performance, reliability and flexibility of this software component will have a decisive influence on the success of vehicle automation. As active members of the community, we initiated the first BASELABS Data Fusion Forum. A selected group of international data fusion experts from OEMs, Tier1 and others met in Munich and discussed topics like low-level fusion, functional safety, validation, and extended object tracking. Our vision of an open platform for knowledge sharing and in-depth discussion of current challenges in data fusion has become a reality! In our video you will get some impressions of the event.

 
 
   
 
 
 
  BASELABS Create Embedded 3.0  
 
 

BASELABS Create Embedded is a software for the development of data fusion systems for automated driving functions on embedded platforms.

The release BASELABS Create Embedded 3.0 includes the following new features:

  • Visualization of object length and width: If an object contains width and/or length information, it is shown in the visualization. This is especially useful if one or more sensors provide width and/or length information, e.g. lidar or camera sensors.
  • Improved model extensibility and reusability: Existing models can now be easily extended right from the data fusion designer, e.g. the width and the length of an object can be added while keeping or reusing an existing model. For that, additionally required quantities from other model parts can now be accessed and read by the extended model, e.g. the dynamic position of the object.
  • Improved workflow for series development: The creation of data fusion projects for series production has been simplified and improved.
  • "Expert mode": The control flow of the data fusion is now available both in C and Trait-C. An introduction on Trait-C is included.
  • Bugfixes
 
 
   
 
 
 
  Data fusion development along the development chain  
 
 

BASELABS Create Embedded makes implementing data fusion systems much faster and more efficient. Its embedded library contains data fusion algorithms that combine data from radar, camera and lidar sensors. The integrated workflow provides C source code that can be used along the entire development chain - from pre-development through embedded prototyping to the ECU for series production. The powerful software enables the safety-compliant development of data fusion systems, including documentation and testing of safety-related use cases. This drastically reduces the development effort.

 
 
   
 
 
 
  The Chemnitz Automated Driving Alliance  
 
 

Chemnitz is a unique place for the development of automated driving: In the meantime, six companies have settled here to drive forward this topic. Five of these companies have been successfully founded in Chemnitz over the past 10 years - including BASELABS.

Together with other companies in the field of automated driving in Chemnitz, BASELABS has founded the association CADA. The cluster has the mission to promote Chemnitz as a competence center for software development for automated driving. Several companies are active in this field with different focus. This underlines the wide range of job opportunities available to actively participate in the future of the automotive industry. Both graduates and experienced software developers and engineers are invited to benefit from this versatility for their career in Chemnitz in the long run.

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
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