MulticoreWare, Uhnder Join Hands to Develop Radars for Autonomous Vehicles

MulticoreWare, Uhnder Join Hands to Develop Radars for Autonomous Vehicles

Both MulticoreWare and Uhnder aim to leverage each other’s expertise in delivering software and hardware support and radar development technologies respectively. The collaboration aims to further step up capacities of Uhnder's first digital automotive Radar-on-Chip (RoC) that aids autonomous vehicle development for future mobility

MulticoreWare Inc. and Uhnder have agreed to jointly develop radar technologies and accelerate its use in autonomous vehicles. The former will bring in software and hardware support, whereas the latter will further capitalise on its radar development technologies.

Uhnder is already developing the first digital automotive Radar-on-Chip (RoC) that uses Digital Code Modulation (DCM), which operates at 76-81 GHz and offers 4D High Contrast Resolution (HCR) for superior performance. MulticoreWare serves critical processes like development and optimisation of algorithms running on Multicore CPUs, DSPs (Digital Signal Processing) and GPUs (Graphical Processing Unit).

MulticoreWare carries proven records in tracking radar data through traditional imaging algorithms, object detection and neural network-based algorithms. The Uhnder offshore development centres (ODC) have dedicated engineers for chip development, DSP software development, algorithm development and testing that find use in Uhnder Radar-on-Chip.

Manju Hegde, CEO & Co-founder of Uhnder, said the company is able to capitalise on high value projects starting from chip to hardware as well as software to testing based on MulticoreWare’s flexibility and ability to quickly scale up capabilities.

AGK Karunakaran, CEO & Co-founder of MulticoreWare Inc., said the Indian team is in engaged in delivering world class software solutions for both video compression and image processing use cases. The new additions will allow the teams and the company to work on sensor data processing frameworks and deep learning.