Seoul Robotics, the 3D computer vision company using AI and machine learning to power the future of mobility, has made its formal debut to the US market with the announcement of its first commercial product, Discovery. The company, which has been developing sensor agnostic perception software for 3D sensors for the past three years, provides large-scale companies, institutions, and governments with access to LiDAR solutions to support a range of functions and increase efficiency and safety.
The LiDAR market is currently on track to reach more than $3 billion by 2025, fueled over the last decade by companies focused on the development of autonomous vehicles. Seoul Robotics identified the opportunity to expand a siloed industry and developed a software platform that allows a wide range of organizations to utilize and benefit from 3D sensors in ways never before possible. Discovery is the first solution that enables 3D sensors to become IoT devices by marrying hardware with SENSR. With the launch of Discovery, Seoul Robotics has now simplified the LiDAR experience and lowered the barrier to entry for organizations wanting to implement insights from 3D data into their systems and processes.
“LiDAR and 3D sensor data have been underutilized outside the automotive industry. To date, much of the focus has been placed on how LiDAR can be used for the development of autonomous vehicles, but the core function of the technology – mapping, tracking, and identification – lends itself to a multitude of other industries and applications,” said HanBin Lee, Co-Founder and CEO of Seoul Robotics. “At Seoul Robotics, we’re applying deep learning with our own patented 3D computer vision to create the world’s most advanced software for 3D sensors. Our vision is to introduce LiDAR as a solution to new industries and ultimately facilitate a more intelligent, mobile, and safe world.”