Hyundai invests in Deep Learning computer vision startup

Nir Bar-lev of

Hyundai Cradle Tel Aviv, Hyundai Motor’s corporate venturing and open innovation businesses in Israel, announced its strategic investment in, a providing technology company in Deep Learning (DL) – based computer vision.

Through this partnership, Hyundai aims to speed up the deployment of AI technologies across various business areas.

Hyundai expects to provide safer driving experiences for its customers by adopting DL computer vision technologies from prominent firms such as These technologies can be applied to autonomous driving systems to enhance road navigation and real-time decision making.

Founded in 2016, offers the first end-to-end DL lifecycle management solution focused on Deep Learning as it applies to computer vision. The company’s platform simplifies the process of developing and managing Deep Learning – powered solutions – such as autonomous vehicles, drones, security, logistics and others.

“Our investment in is a further step in enhancing our presence in the Israeli market, a global leader of technological innovation in the fields of automation, Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning and is clearly an innovation leader in that field” said Ruby Chen, head of office at Hyundai Cradle Tel Aviv. “This is our fifth investment in an Israeli company and our activities will continue to grow the coming year.”

“We are proud to partner with Hyundai and share Hyundai’s belief that AI empowers the industry to provide greater road safety, autonomy, to better understand customers’ needs and to help broaden their experiences,” said Nir Bar-lev CEO and co-founder of

“Whether a company is developing autonomous vehicles, drones, security, or other types of applications, makes it easy for them to manage their data-sets and build Deep Learning – based solutions while guaranteeing complete and confidential control of their data.”

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