Outsight Launches Groundbreaking 3D Semantic Camera

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A new press release reports, “Outsight, a new entity formed from Dibotics, a pioneer in Smart Machine perception and developer of real-time processing solutions for 3D data – launched its new technology at Autosens – the world mecca of vehicle automation and self-driving cars to show the first applications of their new technology. Outsight has revealed its 3D Semantic Camera that takes world perception and comprehension to new levels for autonomous driving and other industries. Outsight founders, Raul Bravo, co-founder and CEO of former company Dibotics and Cedric Hutchings, co-founder of Withings and former VP of Nokia Technologies, joined forces to create a new entity that aims to combine the software assets of Dibotics with a new and revolutionary 3D sensor technology.

The release continues, “Outsight’s 3D Semantic Camera will not only be able to bring Full Situation Awareness and new levels of safety/reliability for currently man-controlled machines like Level 1- 3 ADAS (Advanced Driving Assistance Systems), Construction/Mining equipment, Helicopters, etc, but also accelerate the emergence of fully automated Smart Machines like Level 4- 5 Self Driving Cars, Robots, Drones, Autonomous flying taxis etc. ‘Our 3D Semantic Camera is not only able to tackle current driving safety problems , but bring driving safety to new levels. With being able to unveil the full reality of the world by providing information that was previously invisible, we at Outsight are convinced that a whole new world of applications will be unleashed. This is just the beginning,’ [said] Raul Bravo, President and Co-founder of Outsight.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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