MOBILTECH, a Korean startup, is one more strong player in autonomous driving with its 3D spatial information & perception technology. Founded in 2017, the startup has launched a variety of 3D spatial information scanners, which will aid in the autonomous driving market.
Technology to resolve difficult area surveys and mapping
MOBILTECH’s digital twin technology duplicates the real world with own-developed Replica Series in both types of LiDAR SLAM and MMS. The company’s 3D scanners – L Replica does real-time 3D mapping for indoor and outdoor use. It has GPS free solution to survey projects at difficult places and applies to an autonomous robot. The XL Replica scanner is a high definition Mobile Mapping System with multiple sensors synchronization and Artificial Intelligence-based (AI) data categorizing algorithm. The DL-Replica product is a LiDAR, camera, and IMU Sensor fusion module directly applicable to the computer vision RnD area using a camera and LiDAR. It is usable in various formats from a drone to tank.
MOBILTECH’s own developed Semantic Engine is a deep learning-based object classification system. It recognizes different objects and classifies them while scanning its surroundings. With this function, users can easily delete noise data which is inevitable for most 3D Scanning Surveys. It is ready to use for urban use through the deep learning process-oriented to the autonomous driving environment and possible to optimize it to one’s needs.
Working to connect robotic technology to real-time
MOBILTECH has investments from Naver and Hyundai Motor Group in recognition for their sensor fusion technology. The company has collaborated for some prestigious projects like GwangHwaMoon, K-City and SongDo_Road in South Korea. Also, the company is collecting 3D scanned data using the products from all roads of Seoul. MOBILTECH is making HD maps, developing localization SW, and perception SW for the autonomous vehicle using the spatial information. The startup aims to launch the ‘MOBILTECH Integrated Perception System’, which includes sensor fusion algorithm, HD map, localization SW, and perception SW – and supplies it to autonomous car-shuttle manufacturers.