EcoMotion is a JV of the Israeli Innovation Institute, the Smart Transportation Administration and the Ministry of Economy. They presented last week a one-day virtual event dedicated to innovation in smart mobility.
EcoMotion brings together young and experienced entrepreneurs, market leaders, international and local industry companies, technology-oriented people, policy makers, academic researchers, and investors. Here we highlight some of the participants innovating in fields relevant to the DVN community.
Adasky develop and manufacture intelligent, high-resolution thermal sensing systems (LWIR) for automated vehicle safety and perception applications as well as smart city roadway solutions.
Autotalks, a V2X chipset leader, help reduce collisions and improve mobility with their global V2X solution, supporting both DSRC and C-V2X.
BrightWay introduced the world’s first automotive gated camera for ultimate vehicle vision in any dark condition, including night, rain, fog, snow, and glare.
Cognata are a leading global supplier of large-scale automotive simulation for ADAS and autonomous vehicles.
Eye-Net Protect is a cellular-based V2X solution that can save lives and reduce the rate of accidents.
Foresight, a subsidiary of Magna BSP, design, develop, and commercialise 3D, multi-camera-based ADAS.
Ihead develop precipitation sensors for automatic control of windscreen wipers. Their product is a rain sensor for attachment to a windshield to detect raindrops, snow, and frost on the surface of the glass.
Innoviz are a leading provider of high-performance, solid-state lidar sensors and perception software that enable the mass production of autonomous vehicles. Innoviz is the first automotive-grade, solid-state lidar provider to be selected by a major automaker (BMW) for the mass-production of Level 3-5 autonomous vehicles.
Lidwave have developed affordable 3D sensors from a novel physical solution.
Jungo Connectivity offer CoDriver, an innovative camera-based driver monitoring solution using state-of-the-art deep learning, machine learning, and computer vision algorithms
Maradin offer proprietary MEMS-based scanning solutions serving as core for HUDs, exterior and interior lighting systems, laser headlamps, and lidar systems.
Opsys’ scanning lidar technology is based on integrated VCSEL 2D arrays and single-chip SPAD backplanes for a scanning, fully addressable matrix lidar with no moving parts.
Newsight Imaging, who recently entered a collaboration pact with ZKW, develop CMOS image sensor-based chips for high-volume manufacture of visual safety solutions such as a pulsed lidar system for ADAS and AV.
Oryx Vision develop solid-state depth-vision solutions for AVs. Oryx’s depth sensor can detect tiny objects 150 metres away, works well in the dark, and isn’t blinded by the sun or extreme weather.
Ride Vision offer an ADAS for motorbikes, fusing computer vision and deep learning algorithms to predict and alert on upcoming collisions, without disturbing riders’ focus.
Tactile Mobility provide tactile sensing and data by leveraging vehicles’ embedded sensors to collect real-time data to feel the road under their tires.
Trieye have a camera that can see in common low visibility scenarios—fog, nighttime, haze, dust and other suchlike—with a unique semiconductor design for mass fabrication of short wave infrared (SWIR) CMOS-based sensors.
VayaVision technology enables 3D sensing and cognition providing lidar-comparable data quality at camera-comparable cost.