We are in the business of improving safety and protecting valuable assets through innovations in radar technology. Ainstein makes radar systems smarter, more affordable and easier to deploy. We offer complete solutions for autonomous drones, advanced driver-assistant systems (ADAS), autonomous vehicles and industrial sensing – incorporating a combination of mmWave radar, sensor fusion and artificial intelligence (AI). Ainstein was involved in developing an evaluation module so that this technology could be tested and evaluated by electronics companies globally.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
For years, cost, weight and performance constraints have hindered the wider adoption of radar. Ainstein makes radar systems accessible to everyone by overcoming these constraints.How We’re different
Ainstein has enabled more than 200 customers (from Fortune 500 to mid-size and start-ups) across five continents to build smarter and safer drones, aircraft, vehicles and industrial products.
For UAVs The US-D1 is the smallest radar altimeter on the market weighing less than 100 grams and uses only 1.5W of power, enabling longer flights.
For Vehicles 60% reduced packaging allows more flexibility and less likelihood for error. 10x the image resolution and 3x the accuracy in detecting 360- degree surroundings.
For Security The only provider offering a full radar detection system portfolio, including everything from short range to ultra-long range.
Radar is used for detecting the presence, direction, distance and speed of objects using high-frequency radio waves. Unlike LiDAR, radar is not affected by conditions such as rain, snow, fog and dust, making it more reliable for real-world automotive, aerial and industrial applications. Radar systems are also smaller and much less expensive to deploy.
Radar systems and the sensor data processing intelligence are the keys to our autonomous future. We offer deep scientific, mathematical and engineering expertise, along with full spectrum portfolio (24GHz, 60GHz, 76-81GHz) of hardware and software to support our customers in developing highly customized solutions with unmatched precision in unpredictable environments.
Our core team has more than a combined 100 years of experience in radar research and development with deep knowledge gained through projects funded by NASA, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), the European Space Agency and others.
Other radar companies are at least two to three years behind Ainstein. Startups have been slow to market and are unable to produce at scale, while established companies are slow to adopt the newest technological innovations.