LeddarTech Launches Hardware & Software Stack To Make ADAS Deployment More Affordable


LeddarTech has a new LeddarEngine that works with its new chipset while retaining backward compatibility with older chips, alongside being modular and more interopable with third party platforms

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LeddarTech enables LiDAR development to become more affordable

LeddarTech has launched a new version of its LeddarEngine LiDAR development stack which includes a software stack coupled with its own LCA3 system on chip (SoC) and LeddarSP signal processing system that will make mass deployment of LiDARs for ADAS more affordable. The LeddarEngine software has new integrations and compatibility with more hardware platforms. It is now offering separation control, signal processing, and point to cloud processing.

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LeddarTech believes tier 1 and 2 system integrators and new LiDAR makers will benefit from this technology. This new LeddarEngine is also compatible with Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+MPSoC and also supports Renesas R-Car SoC. This new engine also makes porting to other platforms and operating systems thanks to its new modular architecture.

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LiDAR’s are critical to self-driving cars 

“Over the past 15 years, LeddarTech has been a leader in developing sensing solutions that support our customers in developing ADAS and AD products,” stated Charles Boulanger, CEO of LeddarTech. 

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“The natural evolution of our LeddarEngine powered by our LCA3 SoC and especially our proprietary modular software enables our customers to even greater flexibility in design and to accelerate their development time, leading to lower cost and a faster path to revenue,” concluded Boulanger.


The main highlight of this solution is easier integration with existing architectures, faster development curves for new LiDAR makers, support for new hardware platforms and porting to newer operating systems and a fully scalable and modular software offering. 

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