Whitepaper “Driving Towards Level 2+”, Sensor Models as a Key Ingredient for Sensor Fusion

Sensor Fusion with Infineon AURIX
  Dear reader,  

sensor fusion is one of the key technologies enabling Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

Learn how BASELABS partnership with Infineon eases sensor fusion development and results in a safe and reliable ecosystem to efficiently handle sensor fusion complexity in safety-critical automotive applications.

Additionally, our colleague Eric Richter explains why sensor models are an essential part of sensor fusion and scalable sensor fusion architectures.

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Your BASELABS team

  Driving Towards Level 2+ | Safe and scalable sensor fusion ecosystem with Infineon's AURIX™  

The underlying hardware and software ecosystem needs to be safe and scalable to efficiently handle the complexity of sensor fusion development for safety-critical automotive applications. The sensor fusion platform BASELABS Create Embedded is the perfect fit for the Infineon AURIX™ microcontroller TC3xx family when approaching the development of ADAS systems that vehicle owners can trust.
The cooperation between Infineon and BASELABS has resulted in a safe and reliable sensor fusion platform for safety-critical applications and automated driving. In this context, the whitepaper "Driving Towards Level 2+ Sensor Fusion for ADAS" has been published:

Download the Whitepaper

  Sensor Models — Key Ingredient for Sensor Fusion  

BASELABS sensor fusion expert, Eric Richter, explains why sensor models are a key ingredient for sensor fusion and how they influence the environmental model's performance. In conclusion, Eric calls for a scalable sensor fusion architecture that separates sensor models from algorithms and enables reusability of major architecture parts when exchanging or adding sensors. The modular and ISO 26262 certified sensor fusion library BASELABS Create Embedded includes such a scalable architecture and allows fast sensor exchanges and modifications.
Learn more about sensor models in connection with our software library and safety aspects on our FAQ page - question 6 and question 21.

Read Eric Richters article "Sensor Models — Key Ingredient for Sensor Fusion in Automated Driving".

  We believe in reliable partnerships  

BASELABS and its team of sensor fusion enthusiasts want to make automated vehicles safe under all conditions by providing modular and safe sensor fusion software products. We are a trustworthy partner for automotive manufacturers and suppliers worldwide. The company was founded in 2012 and is in shared ownership by its four founders and Vector Informatik GmbH. This makes us strategically independent from any OEM, Tier 1, or sensor supplier in the market. Our success is based on committed employees, whose positive assessment has led BASELABS to receive the "Great Place to Work®" award several times. We support our customers in shortening time to market by using an established and automated development workflow. Furthermore, we reduce series project risks by utilizing an ISO 26262 certified embedded library.

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