How automakers can leverage reliable, versatile, and affordable multi-range 4D imaging radar
To overcome the Level 3 roadblock to full vehicle autonomy, OEMs and Tier 1s need to address the limitations of current ADAS technologies. On the hardware front, the issues include unreliable performance, low resolution, limited range, and lack of robustness. Letting down the software and algo side are system incompatibility, integration hurdles and sheer code volume. And that’s before getting to grips with overall complexity, spiraling costs, and the dangers posed by the irony of automation.
This webinar is your introduction to a trailblazing approach to ADAS and autonomy. Vayyar’s XRR platform is the automotive industry’s first and only single-chip ADAS/AV system in mass production. With unparalleled multifunctionality on a single-chip platform and a 0-300m range, it simultaneously enables dozens of leading-edge SRR, MRR and LRR applications, cutting complexity and reducing costs across the board.
You’ll also discover why 4D imaging radar is now the go-to technology for redundancy-driven safety systems, providing failsafe functionality within any sensor suite and putting mass-production Level 5 autonomy within reach.
Make sure you’re on board for a session that bridges the gap between where the industry’s at and where it’s heading.
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VP, Head of Automotive
Ian started his career in 1997, in chip design of wireless technologies, after 7 years of military service in the Israeli Navy. Afterwards, he led the MAC chip-design team at Envara, a startup that was acquired by Intel in 2004. At Intel he led a chip design group and worked as Project and Program Manager in the WiMAX division, leading products and customer engagements. In 2009 he was promoted to Head of Program Office, #2 in the WiMAX division, and later Biz-Dev, where his line of work involved seeking new partnerships, investments and M&A. In 2012 Ian resumed work in startups, as VP R&D at Powermat, a pioneer in wireless-charging, whose solutions were deployed in GM vehicles and more than 2000 Starbucks stores. In 2016 he joined Vayyar as Director of Business Development, focused on the automotive, robotics, safety (industry 4.0) and mobility markets. Ian oversees partnerships with industry leaders in all of these markets and helps integrate Vayyar technology into their products, solutions and services.