Seoul Robotics, a software company that creates 3D vision software for LiDar and other sensing technologies, has announced its partnership with Hypertech Advanced Systems, a professional hub for a broad range of cutting-edge technologies and solutions. This partnership will enable Seoul robotics to distribute its Industry-leading solutions across Israel.

South Korea-based Seoul Robotics works on advanced 3D computer vision for 3D sensors. It is currently focusing on designing the Deep Learning-based Lidar perception modules for self-driving cars and robots. Hypertech advanced systems ltd is an Israel-based professional hub for a wide range of cutting-edge technologies and solutions.

Seoul Robotics has announced its partnership with Hypertech advanced systems to deploy 3D systems across Israel to solve various business challenges. Upon this partnership, Hypertech advanced systems will direct its customers towards Seoul technology. Hypertech Advanced Systems and its partners can access the Seoul Robotics’ sensor-agnostic 3D perception software -SENSR™ directly.

According to the statistics, the total number of autonomous cars was around 31.4 million in 2019. The market seems to expand further in the future. A startup named Robomart has launched Robomart in West Hollywood for snacks and medicine. Investments in autonomous vehicles are growing sharply. Self-driving companies such as EmbarkTrucks and Kodiak Robotics got backed in funding to enhance their technology further.

SENSR™ is a 3D computer vision system incorporated for live detection, traffic safety, retail analytics, smart cities, and many other areas. It supports over 70+types of sensors and can track hundreds of objects SENSR™ can detect up to 200m and classifies people and vehicles, even spots a space.

HanBin Lee, CEO of Seoul Robotics, said that their partnership with Hyper-Tech would accelerate the incorporation of LiDAR and 3D sensor technologies in Israel and make it easier to integrate those solutions into operations.

Its Applications are Autonomous vehicles, ADAS, and Delivery Robots. 3D vision technology gives a clear picture of the areas. It can help the material handling process and increases efficiency, thereby helping to solve business challenges with increased safety.