Seoul Robotics partners with Digiflec to deliver
IRVINE, Calif. and DUNFERMLINE, Scotland, May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Seoul Roboticsthe 3D perception solutions company using deep learning AI to power the future of autonomy, today announced a value-added reseller (VAR) partnership with Digiflec to provide its industry-leading 3D sensor software, SENSR-I, to customers across the UK.
SENSR-I processes data from 3D sensors placed on static infrastructure to provide advanced information for indoor and outdoor applications. Through the partnership with Digiflec, the sole Velodyne distributor in the UK, Seoul Robotics will be able to leverage an ecosystem of vertical partnerships to enable wide adoption across multiple market segments and meet the growing demand for 3D systems.
“Infrastructure-based 3D perception opens up a range of largely unexplored applications that have the power to transform across all sectors, from understanding how vehicles move through our cities to how people interact. in a retail environment,” said William Muller, vice president of business development. at Seoul Robotics. “Our partnership with Digiflec will provide versatile, turnkey solutions to the UK market and unlock previously unachievable insights.”
The hardware and sensor independent design of SENSR-I allows the end user to develop a bespoke solution based on distance, granularity and compute needs, making the solution flexible, cost effective and easy to implement. works for a range of applications. The versatility of the software is enhanced by an ability to support everything from central processing to edge computing, allowing SENSR-I to be deployed in virtually any environment, expanding applications from industry to factories, sites, etc.
Historically, adverse weather conditions in the UK have made it difficult to collect accurate 3D data. Equipped with dynamic weather filtering AI, SENSR-I ensures the highest level of accuracy in all conditions, including heavy snow and rain, without the high computational costs of continuous operation.
“The UK market for 3D perception solutions is growing rapidly and smart cities will be one of the next big areas of growth,” said Steven Gillan, Director of Digiflec. “SENSR-I fuels a new era of applications and ideas, while advancing our vision of creating a smart rural environment that enhances the Scottish countryside and cultivates a positive relationship with the environment.”
As a first step in realizing this vision, Seoul Robotics and Digiflec have deployed the first LiDAR-based traffic monitoring system in the UK in collaboration with Stirling Council as part of the Smart Village Air Quality project. The solution detects and classifies traffic, noting time and volume. This information is then cross-checked with weather and air quality data to determine the potential correlation. The ultimate goal of this project is to better understand and raise awareness of the factors that contribute to poor air quality.
Additionally, Digiflec is currently working with a third-party data analytics company to implement SENSR-I in schools and retail to gain insights into building occupancy and traffic flow. This solution addresses common privacy concerns, as the data is non-biometric, while allowing organizations to access critical data insights. Ultimately, data from SENSR-I will improve safety and customer service, ensuring space and energy are optimized, and informing and measuring regeneration project decisions.
Seoul Robotics will showcase its 3D perception-based security solutions at IFSEC International May 17-19, 2022. Visit booth #IF4430 at ExCeL London to learn more about the company’s cutting-edge technology. For more information about Seoul Robotics and the company’s suite of innovative plug-and-play products, visit www.seoulrobotics.org.
About Seoul Robotics
Seoul Robotics is a 3D perception solutions company building a platform that uses AI deep learning to power the future of mobility. Founded in 2017, Seoul Robotics has partnered with OEMs, system integrators and government agencies around the world to diversify the use of 3D data. The company has developed and marketed its own proprietary software, which is compatible with nearly all commercially available LiDAR and 3D data sensors, to increase accuracy, efficiency and ensure safety in a range of industries and applications. apps. Seoul Robotics has offices in Seoul, Munich, California and Raleigh and is backed by major global financial institutions. For more information, visit www.seoulrobotics.org.
DigiFlec was founded in March 2020 by company director Steven Gillan and is based in Fife, Scotland, offering 3D LiDAR products and software solutions to help businesses better manage assets and automate processes. Successful applicants for CivTech 6, DigiFlec completed the program to win a pre-commercial deal and continue working with their challenge sponsors, Forestry and Land Scotland and Stirling Council. They are currently working on developing mobile camera and LiDAR road network surveying techniques suitable for rural transport networks, and building a digital twin of Forestry and Land Scotland’s private road network. Their goal is to create powerful asset management interfaces, so that transport infrastructure managers have easy access to the reliable and usable data they need to make good evidence-based decisions. Visit DigiFlec at www.digiflec.com, or email email@example.com, or follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/digiflec to learn more.
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