Seoul Robotics introduced SENSR 3.0, the most advanced iteration of the SENSR 3D perception platform to deliver increased ease of use.
Seoul Robotics, a company taking an ATI approach to autonomous driving, brought in $25 million in Series B funding.
Seoul Robotics, a NVIDIA Metropolis member, is developing autonomous cars by outfitting the car’s environment with sensors.
The company is proposing an innovative approach to vehicle guidance using sensors deployed within the environment, rather than just on the autonomous vehicles.
Endeavor can connect up to eight 32-beam rotating sensors at one time.
SENSR M is designed for perception on moving vehicles like autonomous vehicles and autonomous mobile robots.
Seoul Robotics announces a new funding round to help them engineer and deliver cutting edge A1-based perception tools.
Seoul Robotics, which has developed software for 3D lidar for autonomous vehicles and robots, has raised funding to continue its North American expansion.