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Linker Vision Values
Safer with 3D LiDAR
Precise Distance, Works Well In Poor Lighting
Works well at night, or when there are glares, cover conditions where cameras are limited.
3D/2D multi-sensor fusion technology
Support long-distance solid-state LiDAR
Optimized for Production and Performance
Including full autonomous driving system stacks and end-user functions
Well-integrated with SoC, sensors, actuators
Automated low-code data-centric MLOps cycle
Faster Time-to-Market, Scalable When Expanding
Pre-trained AI beyond state of the art, including both 3D and 2D prediction
Trained with massive rare cases on the road globally
Continuous learning across development and production stages
Safer Autonomous Driving
Rear-end collision is the most frequent automobile accident, especially when driving at high speed. Our 3D sensor fusion technology combines data from both LiDAR and camera so that the system can better sense the categories and distances of approaching obstacles without being affected by poor lighting conditions. Effectively prevent car accidents.
Lane marking detection brings extra safety to autonomous driving. Alert drivers when departing from the lane or even keep away from the curb to avoid crashes. The system can also steer actively and gently to help drivers keep their vehicles within the lane during long-distance driving, preventing unintended straying.
Drowsy driving contributed to an estimated 9.5% of all crashes. Our facial keypoint detection technology, with an infrared camera, can work at night, even when the driver wears sunglasses, to detect driver drowsiness or inattention. Prompt notification when the driver gets tired or distracted; also warns that the autonomous driving system may disengage for better road safety.
Unique Use Cases
Traffic Sign Recognition
Detect speed limit signs to help driver stays within speed limits. In case the driver or the GPS data missed anything.
Autonomous Driving Visualizations
Transparently shows what the AI model sees, making it more predictable to the driver regarding how the autonomous driving system works.
Adaptive Driving Beam
Automatically adjust beam directions according to detected lane marks and dim for oncoming vehicles/pedestrians while keeping high-beam lights on at night.