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Seoul Robotics partners with Mando on Mass Production of 3D LiDAR and Imaging Radar

Mar 2021 | No Comment

Seoul Robotics, the 3D computer vision company using AI and machine learning to power the future of mobility, today announces a partnership to mass produce LiDAR and imaging radar products with Mando, a global Tier-1 OE automotive parts manufacturer to carmakers like Hyundai and KIA Motors. By combining Seoul Robotics’ 3D perception software platform with Mando’s smart sensors, the companies will jointly develop all-in-one, hardware-software 3D sensor solutions for mobility applications spanning autonomous vehicles, smart cities, smart factories and unmanned robots.

Driven by growing interest in autonomy across industries and the lower cost of 3D sensors, the global LiDAR market is expected to grow dramatically over the next few years, reaching $3 billion by 2025 with a compound annual growth rate of almost 18%. As a result, smart sensors are seeing rapid advancement and deployment across industries. In mobility, this means LiDAR and 3D sensors are capable of much more than identifying vehicles and people. The sensors can now understand more sophisticated scenarios, take in their environment in more granular detail, and enable far better localization and prediction, resulting in safer, more accurate applications.

Seoul Robotics’ proprietary software, SENSR™, uses machine learning to analyze and understand 3D LiDAR and imaging radar data with extreme accuracy for multiple applications including ADAS, automated driving, V2X communication, traffic safety, retail analytics, smart cities and more. The software is compatible with more than 70 different types and models of 3D sensors and supports a range of functions from basic tracking and monitoring to autonomous mobility.

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