RTMaps Basic: Developing Multisensor Applications

Multisensor applications play an essential role in many areas such as advanced driver assistance systems, autonomous driving, multimodal human-machine interfaces, robotics, and aerospace.

Developing these kinds of applications in the lab or in the vehicle typically requires capturing, synchronizing, and processing data in real time. This data is obtained from various sensors such as cameras, laser scanners, radars, and GNSS receivers. The application development also requires interfacing with communication networks, such as CAN or Ethernet. Moreover, it is essential to be able to record, visualize, and play back time-correlated data during the test and development phase. RTMaps (Real-Time Multisensor applications) from Intempora (www.intempora.com) is designed specifically for these use cases. The tool provides a modular development and run-time environment for x86- and ARM-based platforms supporting operating systems such as Microsoft Windows® and Linux.

  • Engineers working on the prototyping of multisensor applications, such as sensor data preprocessing, data fusion, and data logging with autonomous driving

  • Acquire and process sensor data
  • Record and play back data

  • RTMaps

  • Graphical user interface
  • Recording and replay
  • Macro components
  • Reading strategies
  • Data fusion
  • Scripting RTMaps
  • Triggered recording
  • Post-processing
  • Synchronized data processing on multiple distributed platforms

DatesLocation and time Fee per person
October 06, 2022 Virtual Class only $ 1200 USD

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