As an ongoing passion for cycling and improving environmental transportation solutions, Dr. Tyler Folsom started Micro-AV with the goal of providing eco-friendly autonomy that is cost-effective and reliably safe.
As part of a personal commitment to environmental stewardship, Micro-AV created affordable hardware bridges for the purposes of connecting e-trikes and e-bikes to autonomous control systems.
Micro-AV is currently in production of Drive-by-Wire circuit boards that work with open-source software to convert an e-bike or e-trike
Testing and developing an autonomous transportation solution requires patience, focus, but most importantly, a safe space to make mistakes. Our team worked within the CARLA simulator to test and develop autonomous solutions as well as develop a hardware bridge to connect simulation to reality.
Micro-AV offers a simulator bridge with a variety of hardware sensors
Multi-agent System for non-Holonomic Racing (MuSHR) is an open-source, full-stack robotics platform created by the University of Washington to advance research of autonomous vehicles.
Micro-AV plans to expand the vision and goals of the project to encompass a larger world by incorporating outdoor capabilities into the vehicles.
See what the team is up to and more about the project
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