Autonomous driving is growing nearer to becoming a part of our day-to-day reality, yet it remains just out of reach. For autonomous driving to become a mainstream feature on our roads, safety must be guaranteed - in any situation.
Currently, automotive vehicles are limited by vision perception technology that is unable to provide clear images in low visibility conditions such as darkness, snow, rain, fog, and glare. In darkness or adverse weather conditions, these systems fail to meet basic safety and perception requirements. That's why we see autonomous vehicles today primarily in cities like San Francisco, Tel Aviv, and Dubai where there are usually clear and sunny skies.
For true business continuity, an economic solution is needed that enables complete perception 24/7, 365 days of the year.
Bright Way Vision’s unique GatedVision solution, VISDOM, is the first camera system capable of addressing the challenges mainstream perception solutions fail to overcome. Our camera system can provide a clear image in any lighting or weather condition, such as rain, snow, fog, and darkness, as well as their combinations (e.g., snow at night). VISDOM creates a clear and illuminated image allowing autonomous vehicles to operate continuously in all weather conditions and even in complete darkness.
VISDOM transforms night into day and eliminates the glare and murkiness of adverse weather into clarity and contrast, enabling safe driving day and night, and in all weather conditions.
Watch our video to learn more about the technology and team behind the revolutionary GatedVision camera system.
A recent study by the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that AEB (automatic emergency braking) systems only prevent crashes and fatalities in the daytime.
Life for the robo-fleet truck revolution is well on its way, but it can’t make it until trucks can safely operate autonomously in all weather conditions, from rain and snow to dense fog, day and night