How to Build ADAS Software for Autonomous Driving
Innovation takes time. We won’t see fully autonomous vehicles congesting the urban streets any time soon. But OEMs and Tier 1 providers are actively exploring certain core self-drivingtechnologies. Automotive ADAS systems are the decisive piece of the puzzle. They’re critical for the safety, comfort, and ease of driving. And their value will only continue to rise as autonomous cars approach the city streets.
Let’s find out how ADAS feature development gets us closer to a fully automated future.
OEMs and Tier 1 vendors should build ADAS software to beat the competition and meet safety requirements
The need to address safety issues on the road has crystallized into concrete government regulations. Official policies oblige OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers to use ADAS elements like rearview cameras in all new vehicles under 10,000 pounds (4,500 kilograms) and include autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems in buses and trucks. These and similar regulations have become the biggest motivators for automakers to pursue ADAS opportunities.