The LGSVL Simulator 2019.04 release is now available for download on our Github. This release includes Apollo 3.5 support, Python API integration, and the new Taiwan CAR Lab map.
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By: Brian Shin April 23, 2019
By: Brian Shin March 26, 2019
The LGSVL Simulator 2019.03 release is now available for download on our Github. This release includes HD map support for non-ego vehicles, more realistic non-ego vehicle physics, and a simple indoor map and robot model for MOV.AI's Tugbot.
By: Brian Shin March 19, 2019
We have released a video showing some of the latest features that will be included in the next release. These include Apollo 3.5 support, Python API interface, and addition of the Tugbot by MOV.AI.
By: David Uhm February 27, 2019
We are announcing a new project to show a use case for LGSVL Simulator with applying a deep learning neural network. The goal of this project is to demonstrate how to collect sensor data using LGSVL Simulator and train an end-to-end deep learning model...
By: Brian Shin January 21, 2019
The LGSVL Simulator 2019.01 release is now available for download on our Github. This release includes ground truth data for obstacles, instructions for custom map annotation, and the ability to...
By: Brian Shin January 08, 2019
Today is the first day of demonstrations at our CES booth! Come visit us at the Westgate Hotel Pavilion, Booth 1614 as part of the Automotive Grade Linux exhibition.
By: Brian Shin December 26, 2018
We have released a new video with the features of our latest update. We have changed the LiDAR sensor implementation to use GPU-acceleration, resulting in much better performance for simulating a 128-beam Velodyne sensor (VLS-128).
By: Brian Shin December 21, 2018
LG Electronics' Advanced Platform Lab from the America R&D Center will have a booth at CES 2019! We will be part of the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) booth, and will be showcasing our autonomous driving simulator and integration with AGL (for in-vehicle infotainment platform).
By: Brian Shin December 19, 2018
We are pleased to announce that LG Electronics has joined the newly formed Autoware Foundation as a premium member. Here is the full press release:
By: Brian Shin December 18, 2018
This video highlights some of our added functionality to the simulator. You can now use Apollo's Navigation Mode, which uses only low-cost sensors like radar and camera. In navigation mode, the vehicle can follow a navigation as well as detect obstacles and lane lines.