Qualcomm secures Arriver computer vision and ADAS business

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Wireless connectivity specialist Qualcomm Technologies has completed its acquisition of Arriver, the developer of computer vision systems and autonomous driving software.

“As we become a key technology partner to the automotive industry, Arriver’s Driver Assistance assets will accelerate our efforts to deliver a leading, ADAS solution as part of our Snapdragon Digital Chassis platform,” said Nakul Duggal, senior vice president and GM, automotive, Qualcomm Technologies.

“We remain committed to offering advanced solutions for all vehicle tiers and levels and with Arriver’s Driver Assistance assets now part of the Snapdragon Ride Platform, we are better positioned to power the future of autonomous driving. We are thrilled to welcome the talented team from Arriver.”

As a result of the acquisition, Qualcomm will incorporate Arriver’s computer vision, drive policy and driver assistance assets into its Snapdragon Ride Platform portfolio, building on its previous collaboration with Arriver, when the latter was still owned by Veoneer.

Veoneer and Qualcomm have also stated that they will expand their strategic collaboration. The parties have signed a new agreement that ensures the continuation of service and support for customers and details their future collaboration on roadmap alignment and technology cooperation in the development for ADAS.

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