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Fisheye cameras (surround view) driving in a parking lot
4 Fisheye (192 degrees) cameras mounted on a sedan passenger car driving on a highly detailed synthetic parking lot.
Off Road Scenario @Cognata Simulation Platform
Learn how Cognata’s off-road simulation trains vehicles to identify drivable areas and detect obstacles in domains without the luxury of lane markings or road edges.
Edge Case Simulation for Highway AEB @Cognata Simulation Platform
Scenario: Stopped Truck on Highway with Glare. System Under Test: Camera + Radar AEB. Result: Collision. Radar detects static object and filters to avoid false-positive response until supported by additional...
Cognata wins the EIT Urban Mobility’s RAPTOR Pedestrian Road Safety Challenge in Tel Aviv, Israel!

Tal Aharonov | October 12, 2022

We are excited to announce that Cognata won the EIT Urban Mobility's RAPTOR Pedestrian Road Safety Pilot in Tel Aviv, Israel!   Rapid Applications for Transport, called RAPTOR, is a...
Autonomous Vehicles, Digital Twins, and the Future of Public Transportation | Smart cities, part III

Tal Aharonov | October 9, 2022

Author: Chen Gabay How do you travel around your city? As urban areas get larger and crowdier, private cars won’t do, and good public transportation becomes crucial. New technologies like...
Saving lives on the road: The potential of Autonomous vehicles and digital twins | Smart Cities, part II

Tal Aharonov | March 14, 2022

Author: Chen Gabay Traffic accidents are responsible for about 1.3 million deaths around the world each year. This huge number pushes governments and cities to look for ways to improve...
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Cognata collaborates with Microsoft to help mobility companies evaluate sensors for automated driving

Cognata announces a new product launch, running on Microsoft Azure, and AMD processors and GPUs, to allow Automotive customers to virtually and efficiently evaluate ADAS/AV sensors through realistic simulation environments.

Cognata Collaborates with Microsoft to Help Mobility Companies Evaluate Sensors for Automated Driving

Cognata announces a new product launch, running on Microsoft Azure, and AMD processors and GPUs, to allow Automotive customers to virtually and efficiently evaluate ADAS/AV sensors through realistic simulation environments. Cognata’s Automated Driving Perception Hub allows sensors to be evaluated versus a common set of industry-standard scenarios, and their performance is quickly and easily analyzed.

Simulation specialists team up to provide solution for testing of AV perception and planning

Foretellix and Cognata have teamed up to combine Cognata’s Enterprise simulation engine with Foretellix’s Foretify scenario-based verification and validation platform. The resulting system is said to enable massive-scale testing of perception and planning throughout the entire development cycle.

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Cognata Collaborates with Microsoft to Help Mobility Companies Evaluate Sensors for Automated Driving
Key Highlights Cognata launches a new product service using Microsoft Azure that allows Automotive Customers to virtually evaluate ADAS/AV sensors through realistic Simulation environments Cognata’s platform provides an extensive array...
Cognata and Foretellix Join Forces to Deliver End-to-End Solution for AV and ADAS Development, Verification, and Validation
Joint offering to provide a comprehensive solution for testing perception and planning    Tel Aviv, Israel, November 21, 2022 – Foretellix and Cognata announce a joint solution that pairs Cognata’s...
Cognata Named CES 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Smart Cities
Rehovot, Israel, Nov. 17, 2022 – Cognata today announced that it has been named a CES® 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree for its 4D Urban Planning Engine in the Smart Cities...

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