Self-driving startup DeepRoute unveils its autonomous vehicle technology and computing platform solution at CES 2020
Back in October 2019, we wrote about DeepRoute when the self-driving startup raised $50 million to provide full-stack driving solution provider for L4 autonomous driving. Today, DeepRoute announced it will be debuting three of its technologies at CES 2020. The technologies include a vehicle-grade computing platform solution, DeepRoute-Tite, High Dynamic Range camera and ADS Synchronization Controller. In addition, DeepRoute announced it received CES 2020 Innovation Award.
Along with the debut of the computing platform, DeepRoute will be launching its first-generation vehicle camera, DeepRoute-Vision. The vehicle camera has a higher dynamic range than other products on the market, allowing optimal performance even under bright sunlight or from within a dark tunnel. Designed to handle LED bulb flicker, the camera can also accurately capture information displayed on LED screens. The vehicle camera will be on display and demonstrated by DeepRoute representatives at the show.
Founded in 2019, DeepRoute core technology team includes graduates and PhDs who graduated from internationally well-known universities, such as Tsinghua University, Peking University, University of Cambridge, Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon University. Their team also gathers scientific research talents who used to work at world-class technology companies, such as Google, Microsoft, Ford, Intel, General Motors, Cruise, Baidu, Huawei, Tencent. The working fields of our technicians cover the whole R&D chain of autonomous driving, including sensing, HD Map and location, planning and control, hardware system, infrastructure, simulator, cloud computing and storage.
“It is an honor to be joining international innovators at CES 2020,” said Shuang Gao, Chief Operating Officer of DeepRoute. “We’ve worked hard over the last year to perfect our technologies and reinforce the safety of autonomous vehicles. We are excited to unveil the fruits of our team’s hard work, creativity, and talent to the world at the prestigious and highly anticipated global technology show.”
DeepRoute-Tite, the company’s computing platform solution that migrates the algorithm required for L4 level autonomous driving to the vehicle-level computing platform, NVIDIA Xavier, significantly reducing the cost, size and power consumption down to 45 watts. DeepRoute’s computing platform solution uses NIVIDIA’s vehicle-specific computing platform Xavier to process L4 level autonomous driving modules such as perception, prediction, decision-making, planning and control, along with navigation.