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3D-LiDAR technology for high level autonomous driving systems and sensor interface requirements for SoC (ECU)
3D-LiDAR for high-level autonomous driving sysytem used to be reqired for long-distance sensing which can not be sensed by a camera or a radar in the beginning. However,recently, in order to enhance safe and reliable driving, a demand for short-distance and medium-distance sensing is increasing. In this presentation the trend of 3D-LiDAR technology is introduce and explained as well as 3D-LiDAR technology developing by PIONEER. In addition, as the development of autonomous driving technology progresses, interface between sensors and ECU/SoC become more important. Describing the points to be considered in determining the interface, requirements of the sensor interface in the ECU/SoC are explained.
Tsuyoshi Sato is General manager in charge of autonomous driving systems development in PIONEER Corp. He receiced M.S. in Semiconductor Engineering from Satitama University in 1994. The same year, he joined PIONEER. He was engaged in ASIC design and system developmentÅ@of car navigation for more than 10 years. During that period, He also participated as a specification leader in the development of SoC projectÅ@which is the first 1Chip solution of car navigation system. After that, he is engaged in development of autonomous driving technology.