HL Clemove, a South Korean company specializing in autonomous driving solutions, partners with Neubility, a platform focused on autonomous robot services, to jointly develop advanced autonomous robot technology.
This strategic partnership aims to drive advancements in autonomous robot technology, enhancing the performance of self-driving robots and exploring opportunities in robot delivery services.
Neubility’s expertise in camera-based positioning, sensor fusion, and deep learning-based object recognition contributes to cutting-edge autonomous driving capabilities.
Having been selected for HL Mando’s startup incubation program in 2019, Neubility has already established itself as a key player in the autonomous driving industry. With their combined efforts, HL Clemove and Neubility are poised to make significant strides in improving the capabilities of autonomous robots and driving the adoption of robot delivery services in various business sectors.
HL Clemove expands its focus to develop specialized autonomous driving solutions for robots, aligning with their goal to contribute to the growth of the robot industry.
This move is a result of the partnership with Neubility and aligns with HL Clemove’s goal to contribute to the growth of the robot industry by developing and commercializing autonomous driving solutions optimized for robots.
Hyungjin Kang, VP of HL Clemove, emphasizes the significance of collaboration with Neubility for developing and commercializing autonomous driving solutions optimized for robots.
“By collaborating with Newability, a leader in the field of outdoor autonomous robots, we will contribute to the development of the robot industry by developing and commercializing autonomous driving solutions optimized for robots,” said Hyungjin Kang, vice president of HL Clemove.
The collaboration combines HL Clemove’s autonomous driving expertise with Neubility’s leadership in outdoor autonomous robots, promising innovative autonomous driving technology tailored for robots. By leveraging their collective knowledge and resources, the companies aim to introduce cutting-edge autonomous driving technology specifically tailored to meet the unique requirements of robots.