Enabling the future of autonomy

Your January AStuff news!

In this issue

• Letter from the CEO

• CES 2017 recap

• Updated drivers for ROS

• Polaris GEM

• This month's favorite: Teresa Poshard

Letter from the CEO

Last year was a turning point for AutonomouStuff. The company nearly tripled in size and we launched our Platform, which was very successful. We've started 2017 off with a bang as well by adding to our fleet of Platforms. We know there are more great things to come.

Click here for CEO Bobby Hambrick's thoughts on where we've been and where we're going.

CES 2017 recap

At CES 2017, the AutonomouStuff team and partners were proud to provide a “Roadmap to Autonomy.” This roadmap pulled together all the pieces needed for autonomous development. We hosted meetings and a cocktail party in our MGM Skyline Terrace Suite and made a huge impact in various locations around Vegas. AutonomouStuff was well represented in various partners’ booths, suites and demonstration vehicles. From first-class hardware sensors on a demo car, the demo car itself, support from experienced engineers, custom-built software modules or any combination of these and other services, AutonomouStuff was all over CES 2017.
Click here for more about CES.
Updated drivers for ROS 

We've been working hard to provide our customers the best middleware solutions possible. Last month we announced that we are now supporting ROS. This includes sensor drivers, simulation, automation application development, sensor referencing, record/reply, visualization, data collection/storage and much more.

Since then, we've updated the list of drivers offered by AStuff. Among the new drivers are the ScaLa, ScaLa Fusion, LUX Fusion and the Delphi SRR. 

Please contact us if you would like to learn more. 
Polaris GEM

Our platforms are carefully designed to provide a safe and reliable solution for enabling the development and deployment of automated driving applications. These solutions are based on our extensive experience working with thousands of advanced engineers from all corners of the globe.

The Polaris GEM was the first small electric vehicle added to our Platforms family this year. We’ve carefully chosen the Polaris GEM because of its potential for scalable and customizable integration for our customers.

We unveiled the GEM Platform at CES 2017 this year and it was well received. Learn more via the "Product page" button to the right!
This month's favorite: Teresa Poshard

Here at AutonomouStuff we take pride in our employees. This month we'd like to introduce you to one of our operations associates, Teresa Poshard.
Teresa has been with us for about four months and has added a lot of value to our team. She says:

" Although I have only been with AutonomouStuff for a short time, I have found the company and the people I work with to be amazing! This is a group of very talented, dedicated and friendly people who are committed in making this an awesome company. I have worked for some great companies during my career, but none of them can match the teamwork environment at AutonomouStuff. "

It's employees like Teresa that make AutonomouStuff what it is. Thanks for being a rockstar, Teresa!
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ibeo Sensor Referencing

The ibeo Evaluation Suite provides a modular framework that includes Reference Data Generation, DuT Tools, Event Detection and Data Analysis.

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