Arbe wins 4D radar supply deal with AutoX

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Arbe, a developer of 4D imaging radar solutions, has been selected by AutoX to provide the 4D Imaging Radar Platform for its Level 4 autonomous vehicles, RoboTaxis, as well as other autonomous driving projects.

Over the next five years, AutoX is expected to integrate 400,000 Arbe-based ultra-high resolution radar systems in its Level 4 fleet. Multiple radar units will be included as an integral component of the sensor suite for safety application development, AI-based perception algorithms and sensor fusion.

“We are pleased to be working with AutoX – the leading RoboTaxi player in China and one of the most innovative automotive companies in the world as demonstrated by the fact that they were granted a permit in California to begin driverless testing – to achieve high standards of safety and performance at an ambitious pace,” said Kobi Marenko, CEO of Arbe.

“AutoX has continuously proven to be a leader in the China market, taking the first steps in autonomous vehicle advancement. Our partnership is another testimony to the company’s forward-thinking nature.”

AutoX says it chose to partner with Arbe because the platform enables advanced safety and sensor performance at an attractive price point. As part of the agreement, Arbe will provide AutoX with the entire imaging radar platform, which it claims enables an image 100 times more detailed than any radar on the market, via a proprietary technology with 2K resolution.

“We are excited to integrate Arbe’s technology in our Level 4 RoboTaxi fleet and are confident that their radar solution will greatly enhance the safety of our vehicles,” remarked David Liu, senior perception engineer at AutoX.

“Arbe provides the most advanced 4D radar solution on the market. We will be able to leverage the high resolution and advanced processing power with low latency of Arbe’s product for our RoboTaxis operating in China, home to some of the world’s most challenging and dense urban scenarios.”

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