The fatality rate from motorcycle crashes is six times higher than from car accidents, putting Advanced Rider Assistance Systems (ARAS) on the front line of the battle to protect lives. As well as meeting the rigorous requirements of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), ARAS platforms must contend with motorcycle-specific challenges such as limited real estate and reliability at high-tilt angles.
Vayyar’s mmWave 4D Imaging Radar-on-Chip (RoC) is a high-performance solution for the development of ARAS applications. Leveraging a long range, a wide azimuth-elevation FoV and high-resolution data output, the compact, single-chip platform provides rich, robust and reliable data that enables OEMs to integrate new motorcycle safety technology supported by split-second sensing.
How Vayyar technology
compares to alternatives:
Rich 4D imaging
Vayyar offers the world’s first and only mass-production single-chip 4D imaging radar for ARAS, hitting the road in early 2022. The affordable platform provides a level of safety comparable to its best-in-class ADAS platform. Delivering unprecedented multifunctionality on a single-chip platform, the solution simultaneously supports multiple applications across various ranges.
Robust Sensing. Rich data.
Tracks every static and dynamic target
Covers a range of 140m and can be readily adapted to support a range of several hundred meters
Built-in signal processing includes filters such as floor removal, tilt angle subtraction, and turn radius estimation for lane trajectory calculation
The Widest Field of View
Customized antenna design scaling up to 170 degrees on the azimuth and elevation
Two Vayyar RFICs – one on the front of the bike and one on the back – offer 360° coverage of the motorbike's surroundings
Precise depth perception and height obstacle detection accurately reflect the fast-changing road environment
Small Form Factor
A full 23 Tx by 23 Rx antenna array housed on PCB designs as small as 75x65mm
Seamless integration on all two and three-wheelers
All data is processed on chip, eliminating the need for additional MCUs/ECUs