France’s Outsight and China’s Robosense to combine 3D LiDAR technology with real-time full data analysis

Outsight, a provider in 3D Spatial Intelligence, and RoboSense, a manufacturer of LiDAR solutions for autonomous driving, have formed a new partnership. The aim is to combine the pre-processing software engine from Outsight with RoboSense’s products.

Through this partnership, 3D perception technologies can be deployed at a large scale for both smart cities and smart machine applications, giving robots perception capabilities which are superior to humans.

Outsight creates pre-processing software to make 3D lidar easier than ever to use. It detects, classifies, and tracks objects without relying on Machine Learning. In a few months, its solution has grown rapidly in many applications including Infrastructure-based Perception and Smart Vehicles.

As one of the mass-production-ready LiDAR manufacturers, RoboSense provides high-performance and cost-effective automotive LiDAR solutions for autonomous driving applications. With shared mission, RoboSense cooperates with Outsight in the revolution of machine 3D perception.

Again through this partnership, the joint solution reportedly delivers real-time, reliable, processed 3D data, becoming one of the most advanced 3D perception technologies available. It offers a solution which can be easily integrated across many industries beyond automotive. Specifically, it will be applied both in the context of smart cities’ applications and smart machines (mobile robots and vehicles).

Following this partnership, RoboSense will collaborate with Outsight’s to ensure the best integration between the latest innovations and products of each company. Outsight will develop specific drivers and interfaces to allow its pre-processing solutions to leverage the unique value of RoboSense LiDARs.

In less than a year, Outsight has successfully designed and industrialised a new generation of lidar processing solutions, which has been the subject of 60 patent applications.Its goal is to make LiDAR-based Spatial Intelligence become Plug & Play, so it can be used by developers of applications in any market. Using any LiDAR with its pre-processing capabilities allows smart machines and smart cities to achieve an unprecedented level of understanding of their environment.

Founded in 2014, RoboSense (Suteng Innovation Technology Co., Ltd.) incorporates LiDAR sensors, AI algorithms and IC chipsets, that transform conventional 3D LiDAR sensors to full data analysis and comprehension systems. RoboSense LiDAR systems have been widely applied to future mobility, including autonomous driving passenger cars, RoboTaxi, RoboTruck, RoboBus, automated logistics vehicles and intelligent road by domestic and international autonomous driving technology companies, OEMs, and Tier1 suppliers.

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