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Automotive Radar

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What is Automotive Radar?

Radar sensors help autonomous vehicles detect an oncoming object’s distance, range, and velocity by sending out radio waves. The bulk of companies developing automotive radar are also focused on adjacent applications, such as radar for surveillance and aerial vehicles.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Automotive Radar. These companies include Oculii and Echodyne.

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Oculii

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Oculii develops high-resolution imaging radars for autonomous systems. The company's Virtual Aperture Imaging radar software increases the angular resolution using a phase-coded modulation process. Oculii is helping self-driving vehicles, robotics, and drone companies deliver an autonomous future with a low-cost sensing platform.On October 27th, 2021, Oculii was acquired by Ambarella at a valuation of $307M.

Key People

Steven Hong, Lang Hong, Wilson Cheung, and 1 more

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Echodyne

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Echodyne is applying the physics of metamaterials to deliver radar vision, a combination of high-performance agile imaging radar hardware with computer vision-like software for classification, recognition, and perception. Echodyne's patented technology, called MESA (Metamaterial Electronically Scanning Array), operates like phased-array radars electronically steering a high-resolution spot beam instantly around the field of view with no moving parts.

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ChuHang Tech

China / Founded Year: 2018

ChuHang Tech is a high-tech innovative enterprise in the field of ADAS and autonomous driving systems based on millimeter-wave radar.

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Zvision

China / Founded Year: 2017

Zvision is a developer of self-driving car radars, specializing in R&D and design of laser radar systems.

Known Partners

Deeproute.ai, JueFX

Key People

Yunxiang Li

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Automotive Radar. These companies include Uhnder.

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Uhnder

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Uhnder develops digital automotive radar-on-chip (RoC) sensors based on digital code modulation (DCM) technology for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving solutions.  It is based in Austin, Texas.

Key People

Curtis Davis, Manju Hegde

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Automotive Radar. These companies include Zendar.

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Zendar

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Zendar develops high-definition radar for autonomous vehicles. Zendar seeks to provide high-res imagining for self-driving cars in bad weather, allowing all-weather autonomy.

Key People

Vinayak Nagpal, Jimmy Wang

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Automotive Radar. These companies include bitsensing.

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bitsensing

South Korea / Founded Year: 2018

bitsensing develops an autonomous vehicle (AV) sensor that provides high-resolution with range/object detection that is unaffected by weather conditions. The company's technology has applications for autonomous driving, smart surveillance, and more.

Known Partners

Infineon Technologies

Key People

Joonsoo Ryu, JaeEun Lee

What is Automotive Radar?

Radar sensors help autonomous vehicles detect an oncoming object’s distance, range, and velocity by sending out radio waves. The bulk of companies developing automotive radar are also focused on adjacent applications, such as radar for surveillance and aerial vehicles.

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