ACEINNA has announced it will be launching new GNSS/INS-based autonomous-vehicle localization technologies and will demonstrate them on ACEINNA's test vehicle at CES 2020 Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas at the North Hall Automotive pavilion.
ACEINNA will drive the test vehicle from Silicon Valley to Las Vegas and record live drive test data that will demonstrate how its precision positioning solutions provide higher accuracy and better reliability than competing high-cost real-time kinematic (RTK) plus inertial-reference solutions, the company said. Precision location capability is critical for all levels of autonomous driving. The new low price-point of ACEINNA's OpenRTK330 GNSS/INS solution enables this capability in mass-production vehicle models, the company added.
CES attendees can view the test vehicle and drive data and meet with executives, including CTO Mike Horton, who, prior to ACEINNA, founded Crossbow Technology, a pioneering company in safe affordable GNSS/INS solutions. Contact Michael Murray at [email protected] to set up a personal meeting.