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Beiqi New Energy uses solid-state laser radar to support automatic driving

2019-01-10 14:30:35

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The 2019 CES show is in full swing. During this period, BAIC New Energy established a self-driving joint laboratory with Silicon Valley technology company visionICs to develop a next-generation multi-sensor fusion autopilot system based on solid-state laser radar.


Lidar is an important sensing device for the automatic driving system. It can perform real-time 3D scanning of centimeter-level accuracy in the surrounding environment, and has obvious advantages in various driving scenarios. However, traditional laser radar has obvious disadvantages in terms of cost, reliability and power consumption, and it is difficult to apply it on mass production models. The new generation of all-solid-state laser radar uses the same principle as the 歼-20 phased array radar. The automatic driving system with solid-state laser radar as the core can fully surpass the current mass production automatic driving system with camera and millimeter wave radar as the core in terms of performance, cost and reliability.

visionICs is a Silicon Valley technology company focused on autonomous driving sensing technology, with the world's top solid-state laser radar chips and artificial intelligence technology. Dr. Li Cheng, the founder of VisionICs, a famous Chinese scientist, said in his speech: "We are very honored to cooperate with BAIC New Energy in the integration of automotive autopilot sensor technology. Based on the Silicon Valley joint laboratory platform, the two sides will share technology. visionICs' leading technology in automotive sensor chips and artificial intelligence is integrated into BAIC New Energy's autonomous driving strategy."


Ms. Yin Ying, deputy dean of Beiqi New Energy Engineering Research Institute and general manager of Silicon Valley R&D Center, said: “The establishment of the joint laboratory is a new exploration of the business model based on the “open and share” strategy of BAIC New Energy Silicon Valley R&D Center. We can work with our partners in the direction of autonomous driving technology and big data, and the Internet of Vehicles, which will also help us enhance our overseas research and development capabilities. We also cooperate with the National New Energy Automotive Technology Innovation Corporation (National Innovation Center) as a partner. Providing a platform for business technology, we will be more open than ever, and we welcome all partners to grow with us."

Zheng Gang, general manager of Beiqi New Energy, said: "The automotive industry is experiencing a new period of great change, and autonomous driving technology will undoubtedly become one of the core technologies for future automotive development. BAIC New Energy will not miss the leader of pure electric vehicles in China. The strategic layout of the future technology field. Next, the joint laboratory aims to improve the level of Beiqi new energy technology and user experience, and deepen the research and development of automatic driving strategies, laser radar, multi-sensor fusion systems and high-level automatic driving. BAIC New Energy needs to increase its cooperation with Silicon Valley's technology resources to achieve two world-class development goals."


As early as 2016, BAIC New Energy established the Beiqi New Energy Silicon Valley R&D Center in the Silicon Valley of the United States under the overseas strategic R&D of the Five Countries and Seven Places. The R&D Center is dedicated to the integration of Silicon Valley's core R&D industry ecosystem and assists in the exploration and docking of BAIC New Energy. The latest technical resources. The establishment of the Silicon Valley Joint Lab marks that BAIC New Energy will absorb and integrate global advanced technologies into product development in a more dollar manner.

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