March 16, 2021

Industry Report: Addressing Complexity and Cost in Automotive Safety

As the automotive industry shifts gear to embrace a world of CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electrified) vehicles, OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers are faced with an unprecedented set of safety challenges. What’s more, meeting rising in-cabin and ADAS standards has traditionally involved deploying ever-more single-function sensors, pushing up electronic complexity and increasing development costs for automotive safety systems.

With up to 200 sensors per car, electronics make up over 35% of overall vehicle cost, a percentage expected to rise to 50% by 2030. It’s an uneconomical and unsustainable model that requires fresh thinking and a state-of-the-art technology that overcomes the intrinsic limitations of alternatives.

To reduce the amount of hardware, software, wiring, power consumption and the number of ECUs in each vehicle, automakers are turning to a new paradigm that enhances safety, cuts complexity, reduces risk and yields enormous cost savings.

It’s called multifunctionality on a single-chip platform, powered by leading-edge 4D imaging radar technology that provides unrivaled resolution, robustness in all conditions, the capacity to track multiple targets and the ability to maintain privacy.

And it’s now putting high-end safety within reach of every vehicle on the road.

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When you download the Vayyar automotive industry report – 4D imaging radar: Addressing the rising complexity and cost of automotive safety – you’ll discover:

  • How multifunctionality on a single-chip platform reduces the number of sensors needed for each application and supports multiple applications simultaneously.
  • How 4D imaging radar provides exceptional in-car and ADAS safety with just one sensor covering the entire cabin and two sensors installed on the vehicle exterior.
  • How Vayyar’s platform offers automakers the flexibility to scale future applications.

You’ll also learn how the automotive-grade qualified, road-ready solution enables any car to earn up to 43 Euro NCAP points – 36% of a 5-star rating.

This report also features an in-depth primer on MIMO radar technology prepared by Vayyar CTO Naftali Chayat.

Above all, you’ll realize how your organization can replace dozens of standard sensors with an affordable, high-performance platform that sets the new gold standard for streamlined automotive safety systems.  

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