MulticoreWare collaborates with Uhnder for automotive radar development

The collaboration entails MulticoreWare operating offshore development centers (ODC) for Uhnder and working with Uhnder and its customers on radar related development and support


MulticoreWare Inc has collaborated with Uhnder to help drive both software and hardware development of Uhnder’s automotive radar technology.

Uhnder is developing the first digital automotive Radar-on-Chip (RoC). The Uhnder RoC operates at 76-81 GHz and uses Digital Code Modulation (DCM) that offers 4D High Contrast Resolution (HCR) that delivers range and accuracy not possible with other solutions currently available in the market.

MulticoreWare is providing development, porting and optimization of computation intensive algorithms running on Multicore CPUs (Central Processing Unit), DSPs (Digital Signal Processing) and GPUs (Graphical Processing Unit). The Uhnder ODC at MulticoreWare continues to hire dedicated engineers for Uhnder to perform chip development, DSP software development, algorithm development and testing associated with the Uhnder Radar-on-Chip.

Manju Hegde, CEO and Cofounder of Uhnder, said “Because of MulticoreWare’s flexibility and agility, plus their ability to quickly scale, we’re able to work with them on high-value projects that span the gamut from chip to hardware to software to testing.”,

MulticoreWare’s complementary ecosystem supports Uhnder’s activities across the board. In addition to the ODC operations, MulticoreWare has collaborated in several key product development efforts. The company has a proven track record in object detection and tracking using radar data through traditional imaging algorithms and neural network based algorithms.

According to AGK Karunakaran, CEO and Cofounder of MulticoreWare, Inc., “Our Indian team has delivered world class software solutions for video compression and Image processing use cases. As we scale, our current team, as well as new additions will have the opportunity to work on exciting frameworks for Sensor data processing frameworks and deep learning”.

Benjamin May, MulticoreWare’s Business Unit Head for Autonomous Vehicle and Automotive (AVA) said, “We are excited to support Uhnder and continue to augment their very talented engineering team long term as we scale together and bring on new customers”