Our founding director wrote one of the first thesis papers on AI-based approaches to autonomous self-driving technology at the University of Toronto in 1984. This was followed by some of the earliest peer-reviewed papers in IEEE/SME journals and academic conferences worldwide, a keynote speaker invitation to the American Association for Artificial Intelligence annual conference, and articles in the world’s leading newspapers including the New York Times, Profit Magazine, Globe and Mail and others.
Other core team members have worked with autonomous car projects in Japan (at Nissan Advanced Technology Center) and Brazil (on the IARA academic project), Google and General Dynamics to name a few. Additionally, we also work with the world’s leading researchers in academia to ensure we stay at the forefront of the field. Collectively we have deep domain expertise in addressing the toughest “corner cases” in Visual SLAM and Teach & Repeat self-driving systems that defy other research teams.
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