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Introducing LV5 CTRL TWR

Updated: Dec 30, 2022

Revolutionizing autonomous mobility forever, in collaboration with BMW

Today, Seoul Robotics released Level 5 Control Tower (LV5 CTRL TWR), a mesh network of sensors and computers on infrastructure that guides vehicles autonomously without requiring that sensors be placed on individual vehicles. This revolutionary technology is in the early stage of commercial deployment with BMW to automate last-mile fleet logistics at their manufacturing facility in Munich. Beyond OEMs, the system has the potential to transform operations for a wide range of business applications ranging from vehicle distribution centers to car rental companies and trucking logistics.

A simplified illustration of LV5 CTRL TWR (trust us, it's a lot harder than it looks)

LV5 CTRL TWR was released at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 4th. The release was covered in various media outlets, including TechCrunch, Forbes, Engadget, and more.

Despite Tesla's ambitious claims of its vehicles' Full Self-Driving capabilities, today's autonomous navigation technology generally tops out at Level 2. More advanced self-driving systems are in development but likely still years away from being safe and cost-effective enough for everyday use. Seoul Robotics, however, has developed a mesh network that... imparts Level 5 autonomy to vehicle fleets, if only for the "last mile. - A. Tarantola, Engadget

LV5 CTRL TWR is based on the concept of ‘autonomy through infrastructure, an innovative approach to first and last mile autonomy, which automates thousands of vehicles using only a few sensors. Autonomy through infrastructure represents a departure from the traditional approach towards autonomous vehicles, as it can provide perception for numerous vehicles or autonomous robots with a relatively small number of sensors.

Seoul Robotics will be showcasing LV5 CTRL TWR and its full suite of 3D perception-based solutions at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 5-7, 2022. Visit Booth #6559 at the Las Vegas Convention Center to learn more about the company’s field-proven technology for smart cities, ITS, autonomous mobility, and more.

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