Vector, Baselabs collaborate in ADAS software sales

March 30, 2021 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Vector, Baselabs collaborate in ADAS software sales
Vector, a provider of development tools for automotive electronics, will in future distribute products from software house Baselabs. The focus of a agreement between the two companies is Baselabs' software library for sensor fusion. The two companies have already been working together for years in the development of software for driver assistance systems and automated driving.

Baselabs' ISO 26262-certified software library Create Embedded , which will also be distributed by Vector in the future, enables the generation of individual sensor fusion algorithms and Autosar software components for safety-compliant use in production vehicles.

"The cooperation agreement with our strategic partner Vector is another important milestone in making our sensor fusion software library more available to international automotive companies. With the joint offering of Vector and Baselabs, our customers realise their complex ADAS systems for production vehicles more easily, faster as well as flexibly and adapt better to changing market and customer requirements," says Baselabs CEO Robin Schubert.

In addition to a reference architecture, Create Embedded contains powerful fusion algorithms that combine data from radar, camera and lidar sensors while taking functional safety into account. The sensor fusion algorithms generated with the software can be executed directly on embedded devices and ECUs with the Vector Autosar basic software Microsar in the target vehicle.


ADAS ECU developers customise embedded object fusion systems with Baselabs Create. The library's generated MISRA-C source code is fully accessible and optimised for execution on embedded platforms. The software allows sensor fusion systems to be quickly and efficiently configured and customised for different ADAS functions, sensor combinations or design domains. This makes sensor fusion development more time-saving and less resource-intensive. Users can thus concentrate on the development and optimisation of the overall system and the driving functions that are crucial for competition.


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