The world’s only subscription-based, validated and fully supported autonomous software for low-speed environments. Download for free and get started using our tutorials, getting an autonomous vehicle up and running in 30 minutes.
StreetDrone Advanced Engineering Enterprise Aslan autonomous software is the world’s first and only subscription-based fully-supported self-driving software. Validated on StreetDrone Advanced Engineering fleet of test vehicles, the SAE level 2 self-driving software stack is designed to accelerate your self-driving ambitions without breaking the bank.
The StreetDrone Advanced Engineering Vehicle Interface is a unique piece of software, sitting between the self-driving computer and the drive-by-wire robotics system of the car.
Configurable for any vehicle, our Vehicle Interface is fully customisable to your control needs. We never interfere with the original CAN systems of the car so you can be certain that you are building on top of a stack of technologies that safely work seamlessly together, and ensure a solid foundation for all developments.
Did we mention that it’s open-source, and fully integrated into Project Aslan?
Using our extensive Motorsport simulation expertise in the StreetDrone team we’ve created correlated custom vehicle models.
We’re always expanding to more vehicle platforms and can recreate any vehicle in the virtual world.
Validated, correlated environments ensure your code behaves the same on the track and road as it does in simulation.
No physical vehicle required- simulation runs on any Linux platform with Ubuntu16
Fast development of localisation and perception algorithms
Test your control systems in the virtual world
Watch our free tutorials and chat to the experts here at StreetDrone Advanced Engineering
Seamless integration to the real vehicles when you’re ready for the road
StreetDrone Advanced Engineering are proud founding members of Project Aslan, an open-source self-driving software stack for low-speed applications. Find out more and join our community today.