Verses Technologies’ COSM adds another dimension to artificial intelligence
Verses Technologies (NEO:VERS) opened its sensor fusion lab and research center in Culver City, California.
The new lab showcases Verses’ portfolio, including COSM, the company’s artificial intelligence operating system, and provides space for Verses’ data science and product development teams to work on solutions based on sensor fusion research techniques.
“Today, autonomous vehicles use sensor fusion in the form of radar, lidar and cameras to model real-time scenes of their surroundings to safely navigate the streets around them. COSM operation, we can apply the same sensor fusion techniques and capabilities in areas such as warehouses, manufacturing plants, shipping ports, mines and retail environments to enable further automation and AI-based applications,” said Gabriel Rene, Founder and CEO of Verses.
Verses is an artificial intelligence technology company, providing foundational technology for the computer age. The COSM operating system is modeled after the natural systems and key designs of the human brain. It is an AI operating system for enhancing applications with adaptive intelligence, capable of transforming disparate data into a universal context that can foster collaborations between humans, machines and AI.
Sensors and artificial intelligence
Sensor fusion is the process of integrating multiple sources of data from various sensors to gain an accurate and useful understanding of objects and their environments. The company says this is the key for AI to better understand the context of a real environment and therefore the ability to make better decisions and optimize its activities.
The technology is often referred to in the context of autonomous vehicles, but sensor fusion has several different use cases based on a number of different industries, including entertainment, security, warehouses, manufacturing and blockchains. ‘supply. Currently, the focus is on smart cities, smart healthcare and things like air navigation and robotics in terms of artificial intelligence, but the company says it could easily get away with it. extend far beyond to reach key sectors of the global economy.
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The new facility will bring together customers, partners and investors to experience the company’s research across multiple disciplines, such as interacting with 3D digital twins, preparing mixed reality warehouses using Microsoft Hololens and drone regulatory compliance solutions.
Nalantis NV was one of the first to partner with Verses, coming together to co-develop an interoperable drone-centric regulatory framework powered by the COSM operating system for operators, drones and regulators .
“The opportunity to collaborate with peers at the Verses Sensor Fusion research center and demonstrate how this technology is shaping the future of urban air mobility is, quite frankly, exhilarating. We are excited to continue working together as we do advancing our vision of becoming a leading natural language understanding company,” said Stephen Lernout, Director of Strategy and Innovation at Nalantis.
Beyond that, the company maps geospatial digital infrastructure for autonomous drones to operate on.