Project ASLAN steers a new course for autonomous urban mobility

Efimia Panagiotaki who leads Project Aslan’s Technical Steering Committee, said, “We have designed the ASLAN platform to be highly usable, fully functional and configurable, providing end-to-end self-driving software implementation. The modular architecture along with the deployment support provided, allows developers to build their own features on top of a stable and well-documented stack. I believe it is everything an engineer would need to commence self-driving software development and from today, it is freely available to all.”

Mark Qiu, Co-founder and COO of RoboSense, a global leader in smart LiDAR sensor systems based in China, Europe and Silicon Valley who have received multiple prestigious awards including the Audi Innovation Lab Champion and two CES Innovation Awards, said “We are very honoured to join Project ASLAN and contribute to global low-speed autonomous driving development. The project will allow us to share our accumulated knowledge with the LiDAR and autonomous driving industry to aid human safety and increase the efficiency of smart cities alongside other project members. 

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  About ASLAN Autonomy Software

  • Free and end-to-end self-driving software stack based on the robotics hierarchical paradigm
  • Under 30 min quick start source code build on a clean Ubuntu 16.04 installation
  • Software modules tested and deployed on fully operational drive by wire vehicles, with realistic simulation integration
  • Intuitive and quick-configurable Graphical User Interface (GUI) with integrated ROS tools
  • Modular and robust software architecture based on deterministic algorithms
  • State-of-the art algorithms for localisation (NDT), path planning (A*), filtering (Voxel Grid) and interfacing (SocketCAN)
  • All ASLAN algorithms are fully documented both in the source code and in the GUI with pop-up info boxes for every software package
  • Video tutorial suite
  • Free and open at with a GitHub repository for free software download at


About Project ASLAN

Project ASLAN is an international, not-for-profit collaboration between technology companies, universities and public authorities that aims to accelerate the viability of low-speed urban autonomous transport solutions by applying open-source self-driving software to improve quality of life and prosperity for metropolitan citizens around the world

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Liam Clogger
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