4D Imaging Radar: Addressing the rising complexity and cost of automotive safety

Discover how you can replace dozens of standard sensors with a unified safety ecosystem for vehicles and road users alike.

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Automotive IQ
03/16/2021

Automotive IQ - Vayyar Automotive White Paper 4D imaging radar

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From enhancing safety and enabling electrification to achieving automation, the automotive industry is focused on creating the most intelligent vehicles as efficiently and cost effectively as possible.

As the modern car becomes crowded with technology, automotive OEMs must grapple with the development risk created by elaborate hardware structures as well as software architectures involving multiple development languages, operating systems and software designs.

With the cost of electronics projected to rise from 35% to 50% of a vehicle’s total cost over the next ten years, OEMs must strive to meet challenging in-cabin and ADAS safety requirements, ever-shrinking profit margins are making high-end safety unattainable for all but high-end models.

This white paper explains why the industry is therefore embracing a new model: multi functionality on a single-chip platform.

Powered by 4D imaging MIMO radar, it features multiple distinct aspects that are instrumental in reducing complexity and cost while enhancing safety.

Download this whitepaper to learn how to:

  •  How this model aligns with the trajectory of automotive safety regulation.
  •  How the technology reduces complexity and saves automakers money.
  •  How multi functionality on a single-chip platform makes high-end safety available for all vehicle models.
  •  How it lays the foundation for innovation for decades to come.

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Geschäftsführung: Silke Klaudat, Richard A. Worden, Michael R. Worden