Symbioticware, Cyngn announce autonomous vehicle partnership

Symbioticware, an industrial IoT hardware and software company, has struck a software partnership deal with autonomous vehicle specialist Cyngn.
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Cyngn's autonomous vehicle technology, DriveMod, will be integrated with Symbioticware's industrial operating system, 4-Sight.ai

Symbioticware said the partnership will make it easier for natural resources organisations to integrate Cyngn's autonomous vehicle technology into their existing fleet and to manage them with 4-Sight.ai.

Ash Agarwal, Symbiotic CEO, described safety as the "strategic priority" for companies in the natural resources space.

"This is why we are proud that 4-Sight.ai - the industry's first Operating System of Intelligence - will enable our clients to not only increase their assets' productivity but also reduce unsafe incidents thanks to Cyngn's AI-powered safety technology."

Additionally, clients will gain access to Cyngn's safety features, including a machine vision-based collision avoidance and a backup system that brings equipment to a stop in case of emergency.

Cyngn's autonomous vehicle technology allows for smooth integration into daily operations of industrial organisations, and users can switch between manual, remotely controlled and fully autonomous driving modes.

Lior Tal, Cyngn CEO, said: "We are excited to make it easier for our clients to manage their autonomous vehicles through this integration with 4-Sight.ai ecosystem."

Tal explained that Cyngn's AV technology integrates with a variety of commercially available machines.

"We look forward to enabling companies in the mining, agriculture, construction and forestry sectors to bring greater autonomous capabilities and safety to their operations."