Autonomous Blind Spot Detection & Lane Change Assistance with Radar
Seeing people, cyclists, blind spots, and rear cross traffic
Introduction to Autonomous Vehicle Assistance
The Future of Autonomous Vehicles is Now
Ainstein’s 79 GHz Automotive Radar is highly customizable for diverse applications. Ainstein can deliver custom solutions including custom radar specifications, data output options such as point cloud data or raw detection data, and custom data formats to allow for low level sensor fusion with complementary sensors.
Affitions, Ainstein’s O-79 offers LIDAR-like image quality, paired with the high reliability under bad weather and low light conditions that only radar systems can provide. Below is real data which could be replicated with a GPS and data processing. It is also the first to market commercial imaging radar system optimized and validated in low light and even incredibly dusty underground conditions.
Ainstein Radars are designed to be easily integrated into diverse applications. It supports multiple high-speed output connections commonly required for passenger cars, construction vehicles, and robotics.
The Benefits of Ainstein Radar
4D point cloud mapping
Detects both moving and stationary objects
How our customers react to Ainstein radar
Series A With Doosan Bobcat
Doosan Bobcat North America and Ainstein will further collaborate to create next-generation radar sensor solutions to detect objects on job sites when using Bobcat equipment. The radar system developed by Ainstein collects object position data — like range, azimuth, elevation and doppler information — to provide real-time alerts to operators by incorporating a combination of mmWave radar, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence. This technology will enable obstacle avoidance solutions and future technologies that support autonomous operations.
Behind the Application & Hardware
|Operating Frequency||77 GHz||76 ~ 77 GHz|
|Field of View (Azimuth x Elevation)||~90° x 30°|
|Angular Resolution (Azimuth)||~5.7°||±60°|
|Angular Resolution (Elevation)||~18°||±4°|
|Detection Range||20 m||0.5 ~ 80 m|
|Range Resolution||< 0.2 m||0.78 m|
|Max Velocity||2.28 m/s||±200 km/h|
|Velocity Resolution||0.0357 m/s||0.4 m/s|
|Update Rate (Point Cloud)||5 Hz|
|Update Rate (Tracker)||5 Hz to 20 Hz|
|Safety Rating Target||SIL2|
|IP Rating Target||IP 67|
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