LedderTech To Showcase AV and ADAS Technologies at Upcoming Shows in China and U.S.

The company said it will use the opportunities to highlight how its technology helps reduce dependency on hardware.


LedderTech is taking its technology on the road as it makes the rounds at several upcoming tradeshows.

LedderTech, a perception solutions company developing sensing technology for advanced driver assistance and autonomous driving, announced this week that it will have a presence at several upcoming shows in China and the U.S.

The first show the Quebec, Canada-based company will attend will be the New Energy Vehicle International Forum 2022, which will take place from Aug. 18 to 19 in Suzhou China at the Shangri-La Hotel.

The show will feature exhibitions on new vehicle technologies and designs. Hundreds of people from more than 15 countries are expected to attend.

The company will give a presentation at the show titled, “Solving Key ADAS/AD Perception Challenges – Raw Data Fusion and Perception Technology.”

Next month, the company will have a booth at the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo and Conference in San Jose, Calif., which will take place from Sept. 7 to 8 at the San Jose McEnergy Convention Center. The new tech expo will focus on new technologies in the autonomous driving space.

LedderTech will be at Booth #1052. Attendees will hear from the company's engineers about how “raw data fusion technology simplifies complex sensor sets and eliminates the dependency on hardware to provide customers the flexibility to scale and deliver greater ADAS and AD performance quickly.”

More about LedderTech

LedderTech was founded in 2007. The company said it provides systems ranging from Level 2 ADAS to Level 5 full vision autonomy.

It added that its raw data sensor fusion and perception platform, Ledder Vision, can generate a comprehensive 3D environmental model from a variety of sensor types and configurations.

LeddarTech said it also supports LiDAR manufacturers and Tier 1-2 automotive suppliers with key technology building blocks such as LeddarSteer digital beam steering and the LeddarEngine, which is built on LeddarTech’s Leddar technology employing patented signal acquisition and processing techniques to generate a richer and cleaner return signal at a lower cost.

The company said it is responsible for several innovations in automotive and mobility remote-sensing applications, with over 120 patented technologies (granted or pending) enhancing ADAS and autonomous driving capabilities. 

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