Industrials / Automotive

Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training

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What is Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training?

Startups in this market deploy datasets and simulation software to train autonomous vehicles in a virtual environment, which can speed up the development process. These solutions are especially helpful for training autonomous vehicles to appropriately respond to dangerous and/or less common situations, such as blinding sun or a pedestrian jumping out from behind parked cars.

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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 Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training. These companies include Scale AI and Cognata.

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Scale AI

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Scale AI is an API for human labor that allows developers to enter requests for humans to complete menial, repetitive tasks that cannot be done by a computer. With Scale, developers can get information screened for duplicates and mismatches and have user-generated content moderated and categorized.

Known Partners

Flexport, Hesai Tech, Ouster, and 2 more

Key People

Alexandr Wang, Francis Vega, Brad Porter, and 2 more

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Cognata

Israel / Founded Year: 2016

Cognata provides an automotive simulation platform that combines artificial intelligence, deep learning, and computer vision to provide a realistic virtual environment that accurately simulates real-world test driving, allowing for realistic results.

Key People

Amiad Solomon, Danny Atsmon, Guy Tsafrir

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Foretellix

Israel / Founded Year: 2017

Foretellix provides solutions for inspecting the smart systems of autonomous vehicles. The company is developing a language that can serve as a standard for describing autonomous vehicle scenarios.

Known Partners

Volvo Group, Mobileye

Key People

Ziv Binyamini, Doron Ilan, Yoav Hollander

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Applied Intuition

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Applied Intuition provides software infrastructure to safely develop, test, and deploy autonomous vehicles at scale.Applied Intuition's simulation products, such as Simian, Spectral, and Orbis, aim to enable AV companies to test their systems safely, affordably, and at scale in virtual environments. The company's newest product offerings, including Strada, Logstream, and Basis, aim to help engineering teams effectively train AV algorithms with real-world drive data, meet regulatory requirements, and prepare for commercial deployment.

Known Partners

Seegrid, TORC Robotics

Key People

Qasar Younis, Peter Ludwig, Samir Kumar

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MORAI

South Korea / Founded Year: 2018

MORAI is developing a simulator that builds a 3D virtual environment similar to the actual road environment in order to test and upgrade autonomous driving algorithms. The solution can test various parameters such as road surface, topography, weather, and corresponding algorithms, which improves the safety and commercialization of autonomous driving technology.

Key People

JiWon Jeong

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 Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training. These companies include Edge Case Research.

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Edge Case Research

United States / Founded Year: 2018

Edge Case Research designs its systems in order to help customers in the autonomous vehicles and robotics industries to tackle problems of safe perception, planning, and actuation. ECR helps its clients to develop their safety concepts, design and architect safe autonomous systems, and assist with component and system V&V.

Key People

Michael Wagner, Philip Koopman

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 Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training. These companies include Parallel Domain and Perceptive Automata.

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Parallel Domain

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Parallel Domain’s data generation platform allows the user to configure and generate high fidelity data through simple API requests. Through the company's work with the automotive industry’s perception, research, and simulation teams, it has developed a nuanced understanding of what makes for great synthetic data and simulation environments.

Key People

Kevin McNamara, James Grieve

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Perceptive Automata

United States / Founded Year: 2015

Perceptive Automata is solving human behavior prediction for the safe large-scale rollout of highly automated (L2/3) and autonomous (L4/5) vehicles that drive naturally and comfortably, especially in urban areas. The company enables those vehicles to understand what people might do next so they can navigate safely and smoothly around humans, including pedestrians, cyclists, and other drivers. The level of understanding of our human-like AI goes well beyond what standard physics-based approaches can deliver, including information that can’t be gained any other way. Perceptive Automata is working with OEMs, suppliers, and tech companies that are building or integrating ADAS and autonomous driving systems.

Key People

David Cox, Walter Scheirer, Bruce Reading, and 2 more

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Immense Simulations

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2016

Immense Simulations has developed AI-powered simulation smart city software to make transport planning faster and safer. Immense provides highly-detailed, agent-based simulations of travelers, places and mobility systems that enable rapid operational understanding of how a city moves.

Known Partners

Addison Lee

Key People

Dave Williams, Eifion Jenkins

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QCraft

United States / Founded Year: 2019

QCraft develops perception, simulation, motion planning, sensor, and vehicle systems technology for self-driving functionality in automobiles.

Key People

Cong Hou, Kun 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 Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training. These companies include Deepen AI.

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Deepen AI

United States / Founded Year: 2017

Deepen AI focuses on the autonomous driving space. Its IP in computer vision and deep learning helps its customers move faster, significantly avoiding redundant duplicate work so they can launch a safe reliable autonomous system.

Key People

Anil Muthineni, Cheuksan Wang, Mohammad Musa

What is Autonomous Vehicle Simulation & Training?

Startups in this market deploy datasets and simulation software to train autonomous vehicles in a virtual environment, which can speed up the development process. These solutions are especially helpful for training autonomous vehicles to appropriately respond to dangerous and/or less common situations, such as blinding sun or a pedestrian jumping out from behind parked cars.

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