Danny Shapiro, NVIDIA, shares how technologies like simulation and digital twin can help ensure real-world safety for autonomous vehicles.
An early 20th century technology, Ultra-Wideband (UWB), has recently emerged as the clear solution to a modern problem – automobile theft via relay attacks on keyless entry systems.
Until now, UWB’s widespread adoption has been stymied at various times by cost, government regulation and competing technologies.
However, a number of recent developments have created a new and bright future for UWB. As government restrictions slackened, it has benefited from renewed technology development and powerful shifts in the marketplace.
Thanks to its ability to penetrate obstacles, immunity to interference from other wireless technologies and its high-precision, real-time location capabilities, UWB is now well-suited to becoming the positioning technology of choice in a variety of products and services across many industries.
In this whitepaper, we examine:
- The long and evolving history of UWB’s application and its advantages over competing technologies
- Critical milestones in its development, including the establishment of the infrastructure necessary for proliferation
- How our team is well-positioned to collaborate on UWB solutions, leveraging our years of experience, a solid reference design, and extensive industry relationships