It can always be a challenge to drive along busy roads and irrespective of whether you are new to driving or are an experienced driver, you may find it a challenge to traverse busy roads. This is why it makes sense to use ADAS in your car. The ADAS or the advanced driver assistance system can be a godsend since it can enable you to navigate heavy traffic easily as well as detect and classify objects, prevent collision, slow down or stop the vehicle altogether.
Getting it installed is fairly easy; moreover the ADAS can be used to spot cars moving out of the parking lot, to spot pedestrians’ crossing in front of the car as well as cyclists. With automobile companies using advanced tech, including incorporating high end computing and interfacing it with safety systems, it has become easier to install an ADAS in your car, depending on the vendor, make and model of the car. With ADAS gaining more traction as an additional safety feature, several startups have started designing high end ADAS systems, with the main objective being to provide enhanced safety for the drivers. Some of the current ADAS systems use remote camera, GPS tracking, along with vision analytics as well as radar to navigate heavy traffic safely.
While many startups may be able to devise a good business plan, develop patented ADAS technology, they may still not be able to get their project off ground because of lack of seed money, policy initiatives, peer support, logistics along with lack of resources. This is where Autonebula steps in, to ensure that these startups are able to devise a proper business plan. Initially, Autonebula may ask these startups to submit the basic details, after which a careful analysis is done before a select few are chosen. Autonebula would be providing all the support that these ADAS startups would require, help them devise a perfect pitch for ADAS investors and encourage them every step of the way.
It is never easy establishing a startup and an ADAS accelerator like Autonebula can be helpful since it can provide these startups with adequate resources and mentor them regarding their rights, pitching to ADAS investors, patents and policy initiatives. Furthermore, most venture capitalists would demand a market share of the company for investing in them; Autonebula would provide these startups with the required help, advice and suggestions on how to take it forward as well as setting up an ADAS incubator for development and product testing. Autonebula facilitates funding and provides access to resources for further development including setting up an ADAS incubator; it acts as an accelerator for these ADAS startups enabling them to tap the automotive market with their patented technologies.
While there are only a few startups now providing patented ADAS tech for cars, the market is still nascent and bound to grow soon. And along with this, one can expect more ADAS startups to crop up as the ADAS has a wide range of applications, and it is only a matter of time before some startup patents one for other vehicles or for other uses.