What are some promising startups building autonomous vehicles in Singapore?
Here are the top 4 autonomous startups in Singapore based on our research, which is based on the year of operations, funding raised and investors of the startup.
Singapore has been a leading country in the development of self-driving cars. Singapore ranks 2nd in Infrastructure and 8th in Technology and Innovation . The country opened its first vehicle test center in 2017. It was built to support the Center of Excellence for Testing & Research of Autonomous Vehicles. With its fast pace at its research and development, the self-driving car market in Singapore is upcoming and competitive.
Hertzwell is a seed stage startup founded in 2017 and based in Singapore. It manufactures radar sensor devices which helps assist autonomous vehicles to navigate in different weather conditions.
Founders: Ram Vignesh, Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Bhaskar Dutta, Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
mVizn is a startup that provides AI- based vision engines to help track vehicles and security systems using facial identification. Founded in the year 2017.
Tracking vehicles can be a challenge. The company has created a tracking system.As a result,it can give a real-time digital representation of where a vehicle is with less than a meter precision.
Founders: Sambit Pal, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Office
Debashis De Munshi, Co-Founder
Phillips Huang, Co-Founder
Tanvirul Islam, Co-Founder
Nopilot.ai is a startup which builds software to help build autonomous systems for automotives. This software can also be used in farming, public utilities and delivery.
Nopilot.ai aims to build vehicles and small machines which understand its environment around. They can detect people and other things on the road, to smoothly pass and reach the desired location. Founded in the year 2019.
The latest deal amount by Accelerator/Incubator is $120K on 15-Oct-2019.
You can find the latest updates from Nopilot on their blog
Qandela was founded in 2018. The startup develops LiDAR devices for self-driving cars. LiDAR devices act as an eye of these cars. It provides them a 360-degree view of the surrounding.
(Jia Hao Cheong at the third investor day in Singapore on 17th July 2018)
Investors: Entrepreneur First
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