STRADVISION, a leader in deep learning-based vision perception technology for the automotive industry, has opened a new Autonomous Driving Workshop in Dongtan, Gyeonggi-do, Korea. This move aims to improve the company’s vehicle object recognition technology.
The Autonomous Driving Workshop offers nearly 18,000 square feet of space to optimize and calibrate autonomous driving cameras and sensor equipment. The workshop provides the necessary infrastructure for the development and validation of camera-based autonomous driving, including technologies like lidar and radar. With the capacity to accommodate up to 40 engineers, the workshop can simultaneously test and develop six vehicles, providing a flexible space for research and development according to different levels of autonomous driving technology.
“To verify STRADVISION’s autonomous driving technology and materialize customer demos, we expanded and relocated the workshop to where it can perform cutting-edge work while expanding the test space,” said STRADVISION CEO Junhwan Kim. “Through this newly opened workshop, we will further strengthen the various functions of the SVNet solution while further accelerating the mass production project with practical technology verification for customers.”
Previously, STRADVISION operated its development test center in Gyeongju, Korea. The recent relocation and expansion to Dongtan provides a larger and more convenient workspace, leading to efficient solution development and easier access for global customers.
Notably, the location of STRADVISION’s Autonomous Driving Workshop is in a significant industrial cluster in the Dongtan metropolitan area. This region is home to many high-tech industries and large corporations, which may open up opportunities for future collaborations.
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