No matter the speed, elevation, proximity, size, or surrounding weather and lighting conditions, Phoenix differentiates true threats from false alarms to ensure a safe road ahead for drivers, pedestrians, and other vulnerable road users.
Jump start your radar revolution.
Arbe’s robust processing technology and advanced algorithms enable ultra high resolution, delivering unparalleled radar performance by leveraging thousands of virtual transmitting and receiving channels.
Ultra high resolution
Wide field of view
High range resolution
With Phoenix, smaller entities such as pedestrians, bicycles, and motorcycles are accurately detected and tracked – a critical requirement for achieving true road safety and Europe’s NCAP roadmap. Even when partially concealed by other vehicles or stationary objects, Phoenix continually senses their direction, and velocity, delivering unceasing situational awareness and true ‘every-scenario’ road safety.
Modular in design, Phoenix is fully customizable, allowing OEMs the freedom to scale resolution, range, and field of view functionality with current and evolving design specifications and cost requirements. From long-range front-end, to mid-range corner, Phoenix is the ideal solution for achieving NCAP’s 5 star safety rating, attaining truly-safe ADAS, and launching L3 and higher autonomous driving.
Arbe products are designed to meet the highest industry safety and compliance standards. Additionally, the company is committed to addressing fundamental functionality concerns including the elimination of false alarms, mutual radar interference, and protection of the system from cyber attacks.
By radically enhancing radar’s capabilities, Arbe technology has repositioned radar from a supportive sensor to the backbone of the sensor suite, an act that reduces the need for parallel suite sensors, lowers costs, and increases both sensor suite functionality and dependability.
Radar is the most dependable sensing technology, providing the highest reliability across all weather and environmental conditions and capable of detecting obstacles at the longest range. The first to spot danger, radar directs other sensors to areas of interest, increasing accuracy and reducing overall sensor suite power consumption.