Daily Markup #747: Movel AI advances human-like precision and movements of robots and autonomous vehicles (AVs), and more from this week

Credit: Movel AI

Advanced, Accurate, Autonomous

  • This AI startup is ready to move to the next level! 500-backed robotics company Movel AI is teaming up with Curium, a deeptech company specializing in sensor calibrations for semi and fully-autonomous vehicles (AVs) to accelerate the adoption of robotics and enhance the capabilities of AVs.
  • Seirios, Movel AI’s flagship suite of products, offers advanced navigation solutions that automate robots with human-like precision and movements.
  • While Curium enhances robotics performance by enabling full autonomy through vision, radar, and LiDAR sensor calibrations.
  • “We believe that Curium’s expertise in sensor calibrations perfectly complements our expertise in robotic navigation solutions. Together, we can create a more efficient and accurate system that will revolutionize the industry,” said CEO Abhishek Gupta.
  • Both companies will collaborate on opportunities for product innovation, project co-creation, team engagement, and research. This partnership aims to deliver groundbreaking advancements in the field of robotics and autonomous vehicles, offering new possibilities for industry-academic cooperation and research collaborations.
  • Read the full announcement here.

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