Brodmann17 has become the first company to add its technology to Peachtree Corners’ Curiosity Lab’s Level 3 autonomous test vehicle.
Peachtree Corners says it is one of America’s first smart city environments powered by real-world connected infrastructure and 5G.
Brodmann17 will further develop and prove out its state-of-the-art software-only perception technology for assisted driving in real-world conditions.
Adi Pinhas, CEO of Brodmann17, says: “We’re proud to be one of the first innovators to have added our technology to Peachtree Corners’ and Curiosity Lab’s autonomous technology development vehicle, leveraging the open platform to demonstrate advanced driver assistance solutions (ADAS) in conditions that can’t be replicated in a closed environment.
“We look forward to working alongside other technology developers and the city to generate invaluable data – ultimately helping us to make critical decisions.
“Overall, we appreciate the partnership with a leading smart city, which also serves as another launching point for our technology into North America.”
Brandon Branham, chief technology officer and assistant city manager of Peachtree Corners, says: “We are delighted to welcome Brodmann17 to Peachtree Corners and Curiosity Lab, where the company is joining a phenomenal group of international companies that can collaborate on moving forward driver assistance and autonomous technologies in a living laboratory environment.
“Our environment is unique in that their engineering teams now have the advantage of being able to detect real vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and other everyday obstacles as they further develop ADAS solutions for passenger and fleet vehicles.
“This is one of the best examples of how Curiosity Lab can help companies determine when their technologies are ready to scale. As consumers upgrade their vehicles, ADAS systems will play a significant role in driver safety.
“These also assist drivers with actions such as lane assistance and emergency braking, and they help prevent collisions by sending alerts to the driver. The work Broadmann17 is doing at Curiosity Lab may very well help save a life in the future.”