Press

Hamburg, Deutschland
14.12.2020 

Digital railways: Ibeo Automotive Systems equips Deutsche Bahn pilot project with LiDAR technology 

Hamburg, Deutschland
25.01.2021

Ibeo Automotive Systems tests LiDAR systems for autonomous driving in Berlin and Beijing

Hamburg/Waldkirch, Deutschland 03.12.2020

Ibeo and SICK bring stimulus to the industrial sector with new 3D solid-state LiDAR sensor

Events

Postponed to 15.-19.03.2021

REConf 2020

26.03.2021

AI Guild #data lift series No 4

30.-31.03.2021

21. Internationales Stuttgart Symposium

Semantic Segmentation of Solid-State LiDAR Measurements for Automotive Applications

Projects

2020

VanAssist: Research project for autonomous parcel delivery 

2020

Project »KI-FLEX«: Hardware research for safe autonomous driving 

2019

Ibeo uses test track for automated and connected driving (TAVF) in Hamburg 

Mediathek

Webinar Replay: How We Solved the Solid-State Challenge

Webinar Series 1
How We Solved the Solid-State Challenge 

In this webinar, we are introducing the automotive LiDAR design space which includes the different sensor concepts of companies working in the field. Furthermore, we are deriving Ibeo’s 4D solid-state LiDAR from the design space and sheds light on some of its key features. (As of 06/2020)

Webinar Replay: Ground Truth in Minutes – Demonstration of a LiDAR-based Tool Chain

Webinar Series 1
Ground Truth in Minutes – Demonstration of a LiDAR-based Tool Chain 

We may be best known for our LiDAR sensors, but we also offer a powerful, automated tool chain that replaces the need for manual annotation in ADAS/AD validation. In this webinar, we will highlight why the Ibeo.Reference toolchain is also an excellent development tool for engineers working with any perception system. (As of 06/2020)

Webinar Replay: Can we rely on Machine Learning? - Safety Aspects on Autonomous Driving

Webinar Series 1
Can we rely on Machine Learning? - Safety Aspects on Autonomous Driving 

Safety and reliability are the key ingredients for social acceptance of autonomous vehicles. This strongly required robustness is regulated in automotive applications by standards like the ISO 26262. Following these standards, we will highlight methods and tools for designing certifiable systems which ensure safe autonomous vehicles. (As of 06/2020)

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