Safety at a Deeper Level

The benefits of current ADAS sensors, although critical for safety, are also limited to analyzing the visible conditions in front of, and surrounding, a vehicle. These visible conditions can be disrupted by weather, lane, and landmark changes. Traditional sensors have the same capability gaps, preventing consistent uptime and next gen ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) reliability.

Furthermore, accurate localization is required in autonomous vehicles and operations to position vehicles relative to where they are, and to what matters for their journey.

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The subterranean data under the driving surface is akin to a unique and easily detectable fingerprint. Underground data provides unique landmarks isolated from environmental conditions that often occur above ground.

The Key to Higher Availability

For level 2+ automated vehicles to be reliable from city roads to highways to parking garages, their safety systems need to be able to perform in all conditions. This is why GPR created Ground Positioning Radar™ to sense below the road’s surface – bridging the safety gap. 

By adding GPR to the autonomy stacks, vehicles and ADAS features are more reliable—including autonomous parking and active lane keeping—safeguarding the automated driving experience.

Consistent ADAS Availability

GPR feeds detailed positioning data into a vehicle’s navigation system, enabling it to provide reliable and accurate autonomous driver-assist capabilities, including lane-keeping and automated parking.

GPR can be inexpensively and discretely incorporated into vehicles to significantly improve ADAS functions.


Increased availability in coverage for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems would increase end-user adoption and allow for higher levels of autonomy


Real-time scanning to create a detailed, long-lasting map of the road’s subsurface, even in tough weather conditions such as rain or snow


Vehicle positioning based on matching subterranean data with GPR, without needing to depend on lane markings or changing surface environments


GPR feeds a vehicle’s position directly into the navigation system for ADAS safety features that are always on, with less reliance on drivers for intervention


Inexpensive for scale, including implementation across regions, applications, and industries


Our technology is unaffected by GPS availability, terrain, and other common issues that force today’s ADAS systems to turn off.

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