Bernhard Bihr joined aiMotive in the summer of 2020. With his over 30 years of automotive experience, his goal is to support aiMotive’s development efforts.

Last year, after joining aiMotive’s board, we asked Bernhard Bihr about his past experiences and opinions about the automotive industry’s future. …

A 2020 survey showed that most respondents would be more comfortable letting a robot perform surgery on them than sitting in a car with autonomous tech in it. Would you?

Written by: Bence Boda

We recently published a blog post about our ultimate goal: to help save some of the…

Lately, attention is turning towards self-driving cars again. Some people envision driverless vehicles in the next couple of years; others struggle with the idea to trust a “robot” with their life. …

aiSim started development on the premise that extensive testing is essential to ensure the safety and reliability of any Automated Driving product. aiSim not only simulates the model space but also generates accurate virtual sensor data (including camera images) as well. …

aiMotive and NI collaborate to integrate NI Veristand with aiMotive’s automated driving simulator (aiSim) to create an end-to-end Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) set-up for automated driving systems for even the most complex sensor configurations.

Budapest, Hungary, July 1, 2021 — One of the biggest challenges to validating an automated driving system is…

Technology leadership claims can often be “economical” with the truth, and this is particularly true for NPUs (Neural Processor Units). However, over-stated performance can lead to procurement decisions that fall short of expectations.

Written by Tony King-Smith

The result is engineering targets missed, deadlines not met, and R&D costs escalating. For its aiWare NPU…

Respected automotive executive joins Budapest-based automated driving company

Budapest, Hungary, June 3, 2021 — AImotive, a leading automated driving technology company based in Budapest, today announced that Arnaud Lagandré will be joining its team as Chief Commercial Officer. …

The 4th generation of aiWare™ automotive NPU hardware IP delivers up to 64 TOPS per core, leveraging innovative wavefront-processing algorithms and upgraded memory architecture to deliver dramatically improved PPA* and improved built-in ISO26262 safety support

Budapest, Hungary, 27th May 2021 — AImotive, one of the world’s leading suppliers of scalable…

Simulating the sensor modalities used in automated driving efficiently and accurately is an immense challenge. The best solutions is to rely on GPU-accelerated raytracing techniques and the efficient distribution of tasks. Today, the Vulkan API is the only tool that can support such a system — that’s why we’ve integrated it into aiSim.

Written by Balázs Teréki

Seven years ago, our team set out on a mission to create the world’s first ISO26262 certified automotive-grade simulator for automated driving development. This was when the first versions of aiSim were born, but creating a simulator capable of supporting automotive development was challenging.

Accurately and…

In 2020 AImotive’s aiSim™ simulator was certified to TCL 3 according to ISO 26262:2018 by TÜV-Nord. This made it the world’s first ISO26262-certified comprehensive automated driving simulator for the development of automated driving solutions. Let’s go a layer deeper and see what’s under the hood: what makes aiSim’s rendering engine special and unique.

Written by: Zoltán Hortsin

Game engines vs sensor simulation — Why “physically-based” is our motto?

Most game engines focus on spectacular visuals, but they are not necessarily physically correct. In the development of aiSim, we aim for physically-based image synthesis because the main emphasis for automated driving solutions is not on the aesthetic experience but on being as realistic as possible…

AImotive Team

aiMotive’s 220-strong team develops a suite of technologies to enable AI-based automated driving solutions built to increase road safety around the world.

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