January 10, 2018
TTTech, a global leader in the field of robust networking and safety controls, and Dibotics, a pioneer and leader in real-time 3D LiDAR processing, today announced their collaboration for the integration of an Augmented LiDAR™ solution powered by TTTech’s software platform MotionWise.
With MotionWise, TTTech has developed the most advanced embedded platform software ready to be integrated diverse safety microcontrollers and complex multi-core -SoCs used for automated driving. MotionWise is already part of the zFAS piloted control platform in the current Audi A8 and several models of the Volkswagen Group. Since LiDAR solutions are crucial to tackle safety related perception task for self-driving cars, TTTech identified the Dibotics Augmented LiDAR™ technology to ensure perfect integration of MotionWise and LiDAR solutions. This cutting-edge solution represents the most advanced LiDAR technology on the market, hence the perfect match for TTTech’s embedded software platform.
Dibotics is providing a real-time 3D LiDAR processing solution, including precise Localisation/Ego-Motion, 3D mapping system, point-wise classification, obstacle detection and tracking, and multi-LiDAR fusion capabilities. Together with the MotionWise software platform, the companies aim to provide faster time to market for their customers.
“We are happy to collaborate with such a dynamic start-up company like Dibotics and broaden our offering in the area of automated driving”, said Georg Niedrist, VP Products & Projects at TTTech.
“Our series-proven software platform MotionWise is a perfect basis for the Dibotics Augmented LiDAR™ algorithms and will be of interest for many customers”, said Salvador Rodriguez Lopez, Manager Advanced Projects & Technology at TTTech.
“TTTech is a trusted partner of major OEMS and Tiers1, with an impressive track record with its embedded software platform. Its focus on series-proven solutions it’s a perfect fit with our solutions, as were aiming mass production since day one. We’re very excited with this collaboration.”, said Raul Bravo, CEO of DIBOTICS.