TEL AVIV, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arbe Robotics, the first company in the world to demonstrate ultra high-resolution imaging radar, has been announced the winner of Berlin’s Automotive Tech.AD Award for its outstanding achievements in the Autonomous Driving industry. The prestigious award, presented by we.CONECT, exclusively recognizes and honors exceptional projects, thus solidifying Arbe Robotics’ standing as one of the leading companies in the Autonomous Driving industry.
“We are proud and excited to be announced the winner of Tech.AD Award,” said Kobi Marenko, Founder and CEO of Arbe Robotics. “To be recognized as the winner by one of the leading automotive events is a true honor, and following the win we will continue to develop and produce our revolutionary real time 4D imaging radar.”
Arbe’s proprietary full stack 4D imaging technology provides a cost effective, long range, high-resolution radar. The comprehensive solution for autonomous cars implements two advanced technologies:
- Ultra High Resolution Radar: Arbe has developed ultra high-resolution radar, which is the most important parameter for autonomous drive since it allows the radar to identify pedestrians and obstacles in any weather and lighting conditions.
- Patented Post Processing: creates a full 3D shape of the objects and their velocity, tracks them, localizes the car, and classifies targets using their radar signature. Filtering false targets.
At the end of 2017, Arbe Robotics announced that it had raised an additional $9 million, in a round led by O.G. Tech Ventures and OurCrowd. The funding was used to invest in the full production of a high-resolution radar and open the company’s first customer support center in Silicon Valley.
About Arbe Robotics:
Arbe Robotics, founded in 2015, has the vision to make autonomous driving safe, affordable and available – today. The company’s 4D Imaging Radar is the first to provide ADAS, level 4, and 5 fully autonomous cars with high-resolution imaging radar that enables them to “see” the environment in any weather and lighting condition; from long, mid and short ranges in wide azimuth, elevation, range, and Doppler. The company has received funding from Maniv Mobility, Canaan Partners Israel, iAngels, Taya, O.G. Tech Ventures, and OurCrowd.