Starling is a receiver-agnostic positioning engine designed for automotive and autonomous vehicle applications.
Starling is an advanced, high-precision positioning engine that works with a variety of automotive-grade GNSS chipsets and inertial sensors making it ideal for autonomous applications. Starling’s software is platform-independent and enhances the measurements for commercially available GNSS receivers to provide centimeter-accurate results with high integrity. Starling supports the calculation of precise position, velocity and time (PVT) and when combined with inertial sensor measurements, wheel odometry and other sensor inputs, Starling can assist with vehicle localization, decision and control.
Starling works with multi-frequency, multi-constellation automotive and commercial-grade GNSS measurement engines offering automotive companies a choice in selecting the best components for their autonomous sensor suite, Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) applications and Automated Driving Systems.
Starling has been designed for fast portability and runs on leading automotive processors and operating systems. Through the use of industry standard protocols and application program interfaces (APIs), customer engineering investment in porting and bring-up time are minimized.
Designed for Automotive Safety
Starling is engineered from the ground up to comply with the automotive industry functional-safety standard - ISO 26262 for Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)-B safety standards and leverages Swift’s Skylark Cloud Corrections Service.