Project Arrow is led by the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) and is supported by its project partners, such as the federal government of Canada and provincial governments of Ontario and Quebec.
APMA relies on LeddarTech’s decades of experience in the ADAS and AD domain, leveraging its strong intellectual property suite to develop autonomy on the vehicle and enable ADAS features in the vehicle through its technologies. Moreover, LeddarTech has provided expertise on sensor architecture and procured sensors for the vehicle for the APMA.
In addition to being the subject-matter expert, LeddarTech enables ADAS and AD by providing LeddarVision raw data sensor fusion and perception system that develops a comprehensive 3D RGBD environmental model and LiDAR-enabling beam steering technology LeddarSteer.
e-book- This complimentary e-book explains the main features and components of the LeddarVision sensor fusion and perception solution for automotive and mobility ADAS and autonomous driving.Read e-book
BLOG POST – Automotive-grade solid-state LiDAR is a critical element in the evolution of autonomous driving. Sensor development, particularly LiDAR, is a highly complex process characterized by lengthy development time, substantial investment, and steep per unit cost. This has now changed with the adoption of a truly innovative breakthrough in LiDAR beam steering, LeddarSteer.Read Article
VIDEO (8m11s) – An exclusive interview with APMA’s president. Answering Prime Minister Trudeau’s call for a Zero-Emissions future by 2050, Project Arrow will bring together the best of the best of Canada’s electric-drive, alternative-fuel, connected and autonomous and light-weight technology companies.Watch the Video