Enabling the future of autonomy

Your March AStuff news!

In this issue

• Autonomy Starter Kit

• New product: AStuff Nebula

• New product: Point Grey Blackfly

• Join us for a webinar!

• This month's favorite: Nicole Waier

Autonomy Starter Kit

Looking to kickstart your autonomy efforts? Look no further! AutonomouStuff is here to help.

No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, the Autonomy Starter Kit has you covered. Our highly experienced engineers will work with you to put together the best kit for your specific application and to add even more value on top of that, they will help train your team and get your autonomy project up and running.

The basic kit includes the most popular autonomy-enabling sensors for LiDAR, vision, RADAR, middleware and computing. We've leveraged our years of experience to bring together the best technologies to get you started.

Click here to learn more about these innovative kits.

New p roduct: AStuff Nebula

We’re proud to announce the AStuff Nebula, our newest computing solution for your autonomy needs. The Nebula begins a new chapter for industrial computers. Nebula includes all features required for a compact, reliable, flexible and powerful computing platform.  

AutonomouStuff’s Director of Products, Terry Lamprecht, took the time to answers some pressing questions about the Nebula.
Click here to see what he had to say about this new product.
New product: Point Grey Blackfly

Another new product! We've recently added the Point Grey Blackfly camera to our lineup of amazing vision products. This camera line combines power over ethernet, industry-leading affordability and a host of unique features for uncompromising value.

What sets this Point Grey Blackfly apart is the 3.2 megapixel Sony IMX265 CMOS imager. This sensor provides higher resolution and higher dynamic range which has allowed the Blackfly to really stand out amongst other image sensing technologies.

Click here for more information. 
Join us for a webinar!

On March 29th at 2:00PM EST, AutonomouStuff, KVH and NovAtel will team up to present: Inertial Solutions in Autonomous Ground Reference Systems. This educational webinar will focus on the Automated Research Development Platforms we developed for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), advanced algorithm development and automated driving initiatives.

The webinar will cover solutions developed by our engineers working closely with  FOG-based IMU technology from KVH and positioning technology from NovAtel  for use in our Platforms. The webinar will also discuss how engineers are utilizing Robot Operating Systems (ROS).

Click here to sign up.
This month's favorite: Nicole Waier

We're always excited to introduce you to members of our amazing team. This month, we'd like you to meet Nicole Waier. Nicole  has been with us for six months and has added a lot of value to our team. She says:

"I grew up in Michigan, so the auto industry is in my DNA. I’ve worked in the core automotive business and e mbedded hardware/software throughout my career but as trends for connected and self-driving cars continue to emerge, I’ve found myself in a newer, sexier Detroit working for a company that is recognized worldwide for being right at the center of the autonomous movement. I’m not sure what a fully autonomous vehicle may look like tomorrow, but I know I will be there every step of the way to enable customers with the world's best technologies! "

It's employees like Nicole who make AutonomouStuff what it is. Thanks for your hard work, Nicole!!

Click here to learn more about our team.
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