The collaboration will see Analog Devices’ inertial measurement units (IMUs) used to improve the mapping system setup and technology upgrades in Momenta’s L3 freeway ramp-to-ramp solution and L4 full autonomy driving solutions.
Under poor weather conditions, or when a GPS signal is lost, an IMU is used to deliver high-precision mapping output. ADI’s IMUs will increase the accuracy of Momenta’s HD mapping solutions. ADI claims the company’s IMUs were chosen as theyexceed the value/performance ratio of alternative sensors based on fiber optic gyro or laser gyro technologies.
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