Enabling the future of autonomy

Your June AStuff news!

In this issue

  • DRIVE PX on Wheels
  • AStuff Speed and Steering Control Software
  • New product: Geodetics Geo-MMS
  • NovAtel’s Inertial Explorer Software
  • Quantum Workshop
  • Shows, shows and more shows!
  • This month's favorite: Scott Frederickson
DRIVE PX on Wheels

We are proud to announce the newest way to get your autonomous project up and running! The team at AutonomouStuff has worked closely with NVIDIA to put together kits to help make your transition to autonomy as simple as possible. The work has been done for you so you can focus on research and development from day one!

These kits take advantage of NVIDIA's latest end-to-end approach. Each kit:
  • includes cutting-edge DriveWorks software. 
  • features revolutionary DRIVE PX hardware.
  • is pre-configured with full integration to the vehicle platform.
  • is greatly supported by AutonomouStuff! 
Click here to check out these incredible kits!
AStuff Speed and Steering Control Software

The Speed and Steering Control Software Package is an AutonomouStuff-developed ROS software package, which provides customers with a simple interface to emulate typical human driving behavior. This software package features:
  • control algorithms tuned to emulate human-like driving behavior.
  • customer-provided desired speed instead of complex throttle/brake commands based on complex control algorithms.
  • customer-provided desired curvature instead of calculating vehicle kinematics to determine proper steering wheel position.
  • additional inputs for max curvature, max acceleration, max deceleration.
  • well documented and greatly supported!
Click here to see a list of features and other information.
New product: Geodetics Geo-MMS

We're proud to announce the newest addition to our lineup of 3D products: new product from Geodetics! 

Geo-MMS is an aerial multi-sensor mapping payload, which includes LiDAR and optional RGB/Thermal cameras. Features of Geo-MMS include: 
  • minimized sensor size and weight to meet payload restrictions.
  • availability with many IMU’s to support a wide range of application accuracy requirements.
  • Geo-Referenced LAS File Output.
  • support for autonomous GPS.
  • (WAAS), RTK, PPK (RTD-Post PPK Post Processing System).
Click here to get started today!

NovAtel’s Inertial Explorer Software

Waypoint Inertial Explorer (IE) is the industry leading GNSS+INS post-processing software package for accurate, reliable and robust ground reference solutions. 

Why should you use a post-processed solution? Benefits include the ability to: 
  • establish an ultra-precise ground truth reference for testing.
  • analyze iterative software development.
  • evaluate different sensor packages.
  • access comparative analysis tools for evaluating test environments. 
  • produce customized data formats for exporting information.
  • compare real-time and post-processed quality.
  • revisit tests and trajectories through export to Google Earth (KML/KMZ).
  • transform/translate data between different reference locations and frames on the vehicle.
Click here for more information on NovAtel’s Inertial Explorer Software.

Quantum Workshop

AutonomouStuff and Quantum have teamed up to offer custom  autonomous vehicle data storage kits  in response to the explosion of data collected in autonomous driving research.  Join us for a hands-on workshop exploring the options available for your data storage needs. 

Our autonomous vehicle data storage kits provide a solution to your bottleneck problems by means of scalable storage. They are designed to grow as your storage needs grow. They give users the ability to scale performance and capacity, maintaining huge amounts of data while keeping the active disk work area small and controlling costs. They can even be customized to leverage existing data storage environments! 

Don't miss your chance to learn more from the experts at Quantum!
Shows, shows and more shows!

June has been yet another eventful month for the AStuff crew. We've been to Phoenix, Detroit, Redondo Beach and Las Vegas just in the past few weeks!

The PRIMA Annual Conference took us to Phoenix where we showed off our automated Polaris GEM and were hosted by our friends at Munich RE. 

TU Automotive brought us to Detroit. We showed off a lot of great technology in our booth including positioning technology from NovAtel and data storage technology from Quantum. We had a demo vehicle outside this event, we provided support to our friends at Renesas and helped the Wind River team display data from a Kaarta Stencil.

The IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium sent us to Redondo Beach, California with our Silicon Valley based automated Lincoln MKZ. This event was huge with many live demonstrations. Our MKZ was a hit. 

HxGN LIVE brought us to Vegas where we were able to show off our Morton based automated Lincoln MKZ. We were hosted by our friends at NovAtel.

Click here to see what we'll be up to next month!
This month's favorite: Scott Frederickson

We're always excited to introduce you to members of our amazing team. This month, we'd like you to meet one of our Electrical Integration Automotive Technicians, Scott Frederickson. Scott  has been with us for about nine months and has added a lot of value to our team. He says:

"I love the challenge of building high quality customized vehicle platforms, they all feel like exotic supercars to me, and I hope the customer feels the same when they receive it. "

It's employees like Scott who make AutonomouStuff such a great place. Thanks for your hard work, Scott!!

Click here to learn more about our team.
We now actively support ROS integration and support.
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