Baselabs opens up licensing of ASIL D automated driving IP

Baselabs opens up licensing of ASIL D automated driving IP

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By Nick Flaherty

German sensor fusion specialist Baselabs is opening up its complete ASIL D software IP for environmental perception for automated driving.

In contrast to the previous licensing model, buyers of the IP will be able to use the software without restrictions. This will allows the software to be used in safety-critical applications for highly automated systems such as Level 4 vehicles and high-volume driver assistance applications (ADAS). The acquisition of the technologies can be exclusive or partially exclusive.

The company, founded in 2012, is owned by Vector Informatik and sees itself as strategically independent of any OEM, Tier 1, or sensor supplier in the market.

The software portfolio includes Dynamic Grid, a low-level sensor fusion technology ready for series production, which is particularly suitable for high-resolution sensors and complex driving environments. The Associated Create Embedded library has been optimized over many years for embedded use and can be acquired mainly for NCAP functions.

Both products include a complete development and validation infrastructure and all process artifacts required for use in series production.

“The outstanding customer feedback on our technologies over many years motivated us now to offer the model of ownership of our software IP requested by many market participants. Buyers of our software will receive safety-certified technologies for the vehicles of tomorrow and thus increase the safety of automated traffic worldwide,” said Robin Schubert, Managing Director of Baselabs in Chemnitz.

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