Cognata and Foretellix partner to speed up AV development and validation

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Cognata and Foretellix have partnered to develop a solution to speed up the development, verification and validation of autonomous vehicles (AV) and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

The product is based on Cognata’s photo-realistic, multi-layered simulation engine Enterprise and Foretellix’s scenario-based, hyper-scale verification and validation platform Foretify. The joint solution has been designed to help ADAS and AV development teams to perform massive-scale testing of perception and planning throughout the entire development cycle. This is expected to help ensure the safety of ADAS and AV systems, reduce development cost and improve time to market.

Ziv Binyamini, CEO and co-founder of Foretellix, commented, “The integration between Cognata’s Enterprise and Foretify will enable safe commercial deployment of autonomous solutions in multiple applications including advanced ADAS, L3 highway pilot, L4 hub-to-hub trucking, L4 mining, and more. Our joint solution provides customers the quality and scale needed to ensure safe commercial deployment of ADAS and automated driving systems.”

Danny Atsmon, CEO of Cognata, said, “Cognata’s photo-realistic, multi-layered simulation platform is designed to incorporate all factors into its simulation engine to create a full run-time orchestration, from planning to hardware-in-the-loop testing. Integrating with Foretellix’s verification and validation platform will allow for a full solution for on and off-road systems, and the large-scale verification and validation required to ensure ADAS and AV safe deployment.”

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