Short-wave infrared imaging sensors (SWIRs) could prove invaluable for automakers working on autonomous vehicles. Unlike lidar and radar sensors, which are susceptible to certain forms of interference, they’re able to capture crystal-clear frames in fog and dust, as well as in low light.
, one of the leaders in the segment, today announced something of a milestone ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show. It’s collaborating with Porsche to improve the performance of the German sports car manufacturer’s advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and self-driving systems, with the goal of improving those systems’ ability to accurately detect objects on the road in situations with limited visibility.
Porsche previously contributed in capital to TriEye in an expanded series A round, which brought the Israel-based startup’s total raised