Vision processing software provider StradVision has opened an office in Germany to assist its German automotive partners.
The Munich office will act as a regional European Union office featuring both local staff, and engineering and business units from its headquarters.
StradVision’s projects in Germany are an SAE Level 2 ADAS project and an SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicle project.
Junhwan Kim, CEO of StradVision, said, “Our presence in Germany will be essential to maintaining robust global growth, because German auto makers are key leaders in the development and deployment of ADAS and AVs around the globe.”
Andreas vom Felde, StradVision’s German business development director, said the Munich office will help the company develop as work in Europe grows.
He said, “We will aggressively expand our footprint in the entire EU, as there are multiple production projects incoming in the near future, and this German presence will make those projects much more successful.”
StradVision is working on R&D projects to enhance its software such as pedestrian and vehicle behavior prediction, and animal detection, among others.