aiMotive’s aiSim ecosystem enhanced thanks to partnership with Renderpeople

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aiMotive has formed a partnership with Renderpeople, a company that has developed an extensive library of photorealistic human 3D models. Through the collaboration, aiMotive’s simulator has now become compatible with even more assets, enabling enhanced real-time testing and validation, and synthetic data generation.

Following the integration of Renderpeople’s photorealistic library, development teams and engineers will now be able to efficiently populate aiSim’s virtual environments with high-fidelity human models. This includes pedestrians, children playing on the sidewalk and construction workers. With the addition of the latest 3D assets, enhanced and realistic virtual test scenarios and synthetic training data can be developed more quickly and easily with an increased level of diversity and realism.

Renderpeople delivers over 4,500 human 3D models in different product lines. Access to hyper-realistic human 3D content is vital to create and augment synthetic data or when running simulations. It also enables developers to accelerate the advancement of technologies such as autonomous driving.

“We are always grateful to work with best-in-class partners who can provide added value to aiSim’s users by enriching our existing offering,” said Dániel Tósoki, product manager of aiSim. “Renderpeople’s comprehensive set of high-fidelity human assets is a natural extension to aiSim, as simulating pedestrians with realism and diversity is becoming increasingly important to our customers globally.”

“Our products can take synthetic data generation and simulation applications to a whole new level of reality,” commented Lukas Lamprecht, CEO of Renderpeople. “Collaborating with a highly innovative and world-leading developer like aiMotive enables us to make our products accessible to a new industry and to contribute significantly to shaping critical technologies that will have a lasting effect on how humans and technology interact.”

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