Baosight
Originated from the Baosteel Automation Business Unit established in 1978, Shanghai Baosight Software Co., Ltd. (Hereinafter referred to as "Baosight ") is the IT software business unit of Baosteel. Baosight's shares were listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2001 with a registered capital of RMB 262 million (US$38.36 million). In 2010, Baosight realized RMB 2.581 billion (US$383.83 million) in operating revenue, accounting for 36.85% of China's iron and steel information business market. Baosight's MES solutions also take up over 50% of China's iron and steel MES market. Additionally, Baosight has been recognized as a State Level R&D center. In 2009, the company ran in fourth place in terms of business revenue among China's homegrown software enterprises. Baosight is committed to practicing the business philosophy of "IT Services Enhance Value of Information". Its products and services broadly cover sectors ranging from iron and steel, transportation, service outsourcing, mining and extracting, nonferrous, petrochemical, equipment manufacturing, finance to public services.
BlueBotics
BlueBotics SA aims to become world leader in autonomous navigation with the mission of enabling the mobility of vehicles for the automation in the professional use market. The company is a spin-off company of the Autonomous Systems Lab, EPFL. Founded in 2001 with the mission of marketing innovative and promising mobile robotics technologies, the company is now active in two segments: Industrial automation and service robotics.
Boonray
Boonray is a leader in the field of commercial UAV and data intelligence in China and is committed to the development of UAV applications. Unlike other drone manufacturers, their technology focuses on the intelligent building of UAV operations built for mining UAV data. Also, laser technology with advanced software and hardware technology allows for data acquisition intelligence and a cloud data intelligent analysis function module, UAV operating systems, and facilitating customers large-scale deployment. The system helps customers more easily collect air information, analyze and share it to enhance the efficiency of the management. Boonray technology have been serving customers in government, PV inspection and geographical mapping.
DEMC
DEMC was founded in 2003, located in the Shanghai Anting Automobile City. The company is committed to providing advanced equipment and intelligent manufacturing systems integration solutions to the automotive industry, providing R & D, design, manufacturing, project management, technical services, covering the entire project life cycle products and services. DEMC is committed to innovation and the accumulation of knowledge, to master the core technology of BIW industry and adapt to the development of high tempo, flexible, high-precision requirements of key equipment and products, providing BIW flexible welding production lines, digital factory solutions, intelligent transportation equipment, factory automation systems, robotics Advanced Manufacturing systems. DEMC serves General Motors, Volkswagen, SAIC, Beijing Automotive, BMW, Ford, Volvo, Geely, Changan, Nissan, Honda, Toyota and other global automakers.
EasyMile
EasyMile is a high-tech startup specialized in providing both software powering autonomous vehicles and the last mile smart mobility solutions.The company is headquartered in Toulouse (France) with offices in Singapore and Denver (USA). It also operates through value added resellers notably in Japan and the Middle East.EasyMile, with its workforce of 70 passionate employees, is a privately held company that is currently growing organically at a sustained pace.
NAVYA
Navya makes self-driving solutions a reality today, to reinvent the transportation systems of tomorrow, with 280employees in France (Paris and Lyon) and in the United States (Michigan).
NVIDIA
NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics, and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world. Today, NVIDIA is increasingly known as “the AI computing company.”
Plus.ai
Plus.ai develops self-driving trucks to enable large-scale commercialization of autonomous transport. Based in Silicon Valley, Plus.ai was founded in 2016 by a group of Stanford PhD classmates who saw the strong potential of Artificial Intelligence to make a big impact on business and society. With trucking being the primary means of shipping in America, the founders decided to focus on self-driving technology to transform the trillion-dollar commercial trucking industry. Plus.ai specializes in developing full-stack self-driving technology to enable large scale autonomous commercial fleets. We are one of the most advanced autonomous trucking companies today in terms of technological progress and were the first to obtain California's Autonomous Testing License. The company has since been working on improving the Robustness and safety of its fully functional Level-4 autonomous trucks. Plus.ai closely collaborates with the largest OEMs to build self-driving trucks that are safer than human-operated vehicles. The company operates a fleet of autonomous trucks in pilot programs with the top freight shipping companies.
Roadstar
Roadstar.ai is an Artificial Intelligence startup that specializes in level 4 autonomous driving technologies. It was founded by three engineers who had previously led autonomous driving technologies at Google, Tesla, Apple, Nvidia, and Baidu USA. We focus on providing efficient autonomous driving solutions to future advanced transportation system using unique and robust multi-sensor fusion framework. We devote ourselves in creating an intelligent autonomous driving system for safer and more enjoyable travel experience.
SOS Lab
SOS Lab, a LiDAR development company focusing on core technology for self-driving cars, plans to present its differentiated hybrid LiDAR system, the SL-1 SOS LAB's long-range, hybrid scanning design combines the advantages of the widely-used motor scanning system with a solid-state MEMS mirror, and will be offered at a much lower price point compared to traditional LiDAR products on the market today. SL-1 is expected to play an important role in the popularization and accessibility of self-driving cars. In addition to the SL-1, SOS LAB offers two additional LiDAR products designed to integrate safe, effective, and affordable LiDAR technology into various industries: the GL-3 for factory automation and robotics, and the TL-3 for security and automatic doors. SOS LAB is also focusing on combining hardware-based sensors and AI-based object recognition and Tracking technology using 3D point cloud LiDAR data, and plans to provide LiDAR data space/object recognition solutions for self-driving vehicles. SOS LAB includes jointly developing their hybrid LiDAR with a partner automotive electronic equipment field company, continuing to develop the next generation of Solid-State-LiDAR with global semiconductor companies to overstep the limits of OPA-method LiDAR, and extending the global footprint of SOS LAB to provide the smartest solutions for self-driving and ADAS markets. SOS LAB is planning to enter global markets based on its R&D centers in Seoul and Gwangju and business centers in Silicon Valley.
Teraki
Teraki's mission is to enable personalized and accurate machine learning based applications without a compromise towards 100% safety.
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