Veoneer selects Arbe for next-generation radar

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Perception radar solutions business Arbe Robotics’ chipset solution has been chosen by active safety Tier 1 Veoneer for the company’s next generation radars, following five years of research into radar chipset developers. The radars include a long-range, high-resolution radar with 48×48 RF channels and a 360° surround radar with 24×12 RF channels.

Under the new agreements, Veoneer will work with Arbe on the development of radars for automotive-grade safety and advanced driver assistance systems. By the middle of 2023, the next-generation radar is expected to be in pre-production.

To improve perception performance, Arbe’s patented imaging radar chipset – which includes a receiver, transmitter and processor chips – and Veoneer’s patented waveguide technology will be paired to deliver additional safety levels for Level 2+ and higher autonomy. Arbe’s chipset was chosen for its advanced and complete solution that includes receiver, transmitter, and processor chips.

“Veoneer is committed to offering safe, robust, high-quality sensor solutions to vehicle manufacturers globally,” said Jacob Svanberg, CEO of Veoneer. “During the past five years, we have performed extensive research among 4D radar companies globally. By partnering with Arbe Robotics, Veoneer will be able to offer and integrate scalable automotive-grade 4D radar-sensors in future cars, at competitive prices.”

“Veoneer is a leader in active safety and one of the most experienced radar developers in the automotive industry,” said Kobi Marenko, CEO, Arbe. “The relationship with Veoneer combines design of best-in-class radars based on both companies’ expertise, along with Veoneer’s superior ability to manufacture, market, and integrate radar systems with leading vehicle manufacturers around the world. We are proud to be selected by Veoneer and together we will provide the automotive industry with revolutionary radar-based solutions, ensuring unmatched safety and autonomy.”

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