Luxoft, MicroVision collaborate to advance ADAS and autonomous drive technologies

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Luxoft, a subsidiary of DXC Technology Company, has announced a pivotal collaboration with MicroVision (NASDAQ:MVIS), aimed at establishing a new generation of testing and simulation environments for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous drive (AD) applications. This partnership is set to revolutionize the way these technologies are validated and tested.

MicroVision’s Role in Advancing Ground Truth Data

A key component of this collaboration is MicroVision’s expertise in developing automotive lidar sensors, essential for automated generation of high-quality ground truth (GT) data. This data is crucial for testing and validating the algorithms used in ADAS and AD applications.

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Luxoft’s Enhanced Validation Toolchain

Luxoft has identified in MicroVision an ideal complement to its end-to-end validation toolchain. This synergy allows Luxoft to offer clients a comprehensive, efficient solution for validation and testing of automotive technologies, streamlining the process with high-quality GT data.

New Partnership between Luxoft and MicroVision Sets Stage for Enhanced AD Validation

New Partnership between Luxoft and MicroVision Sets Stage for Enhanced AD Validation

Executives’ Perspectives on the Collaboration

Dr. Thomas Luce, Managing Director and VP Business Development at MicroVision, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, highlighting its potential to accelerate the implementation of their Mosaik validation and ground truth software suite. Luz G. Mauch, Executive Vice-President of Luxoft Automotive, also emphasized the streamlined validation process this collaboration offers their clients.

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Future Developments in ADAS and AD Technology

Beyond immediate advancements in ADAS and AD applications, Luxoft and MicroVision are also working on developing a digital twin for an SAE Level 3 highway pilot. This forward-thinking project represents a significant step in the evolution of autonomous driving technologies.

The collaboration between Luxoft and MicroVision marks a significant milestone in the automotive industry, promising to bring advanced and efficient validation solutions to the forefront of ADAS and AD technology development.

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