TEMPE, Ariz., Jan. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Fundamentally transforming the technology landscape of the global autonomous vehicle market, software developer Imagry is debuting the latest version of its mapless platform at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES'19), January 8-11 in Las Vegas, LVCC, North Hall Booth #3500.
Today, the only way to fully operate autonomous vehicles is to use HD mapping that requires a strong connection to satellite GPS and continuous effort to update the map. Pushing the limits of artificial intelligence and computer vision, Imagry's mapless autonomous driving platform eliminates the need for this costly and time-consuming technology. Imagry's solution uses a highly intelligent, vision-based approach that requires neither a map nor a cloud connection, allowing the market for autonomous vehicles to scale and commercialize more rapidly at less cost.
"Imagry is pioneering a real-time mapless driving solution that provides a more efficient alternative to the marketplace," said Adham Ghazali, founder and CEO of Imagry. "As of now, the only way to enable a driverless vehicle outside of Imagry's technology is to map every road the vehicle can possibly drive on. We see our mapless technology as the future of autonomous vehicles, and we're proud to be leading the way."
Imagry's platform is able to identify the road, route, vehicles, obstructions and pedestrians. Trained by a patent-pending simulator that's developed in-house, the software features a patent-pending Aleph Star algorithm that uses physics-based planning to compensate for perception errors in real-time.
The company is comprised of a strong and diverse team with extensive expertise in mathematics, machine-learning and astrophysics. Imagry is currently testing its vehicle platform in Phoenix, Rawabi and Israel, and its U.S. headquarters is located in Tempe, Arizona.
Imagry is an autonomous vehicle platform developer that's dedicated to pioneering the future of this technology. With headquarters in both the U.S. and Israel, its technology utilizes mapless, real-time software to identify the road, route, vehicles, obstructions, pedestrians and more without requiring a cloud connection or GPS. Its software is trained by a patent-pending simulator that's developed in-house, and it features a proprietary Aleph Star algorithm that uses physics-based planning to compensate for perception errors in real-time. More information is available at www.imagry.co.
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