In addition to making its Starling positioning engine receiver-agnostic and allowing devices of all kinds to connect to Skylark, Swift is proud to partner with industry leaders to help achieve its mission of enabling a future of autonomous vehicles to navigate and understand the world.
Swift is pleased to introduce you to some of its valued partners that are helping to make that mission a reality for autonomous applications around the globe.
Telekom—one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies—brings Skylark™ Precise Positioning Service to Telekom’s comprehensive communications infrastructure via its new Precise Positioning product offering.
Arm—a global leader in semiconductor IP—utilizes Starling to deliver a high-integrity, high-accuracy GNSS positioning solution enabling automotive OEMs, as well as Tier 1 and 2 auto suppliers, to integrate precise positioning into their sensor suite.
STMicroelectronics—a global semiconductor leader—provides GNSS measurement engines and ASIL-rated processors for autonomous driving and high-accuracy GNSS solutions. ST has integrated Starling on the ST ASIL-rated Telemaco Platform for OEM applications.
Broadcom—a global technology leader—designs, develops and supplies a broad range of semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions. Broadcom’s dual-frequency BCM47755 is available integrated with Swift’s Starling positioning engine.
Quectel—a leading global supplier of cellular and GNSS modules—is working with Swift to create an industry vision that supports 3GPP’s SSR standard to enable autonomous driving, mobile and IoT applications.
Savari—an auto tech company and pioneer of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications technology for smart infrastructure—brings Swift's precise positioning solution to its V2X software stack for automotive OEMs and mobile operators.
Carnegie Robotics—an industry leader in reliable robotic components and systems—partners with Swift to create the ruggedized Duro and Duro Inertial. Carnegie Robotics’ SmoothPose™ sensor fusion algorithm fuses GNSS and inertial measurements enabling dead reckoning capabilities.