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Feb 14, 2018

Aimotive causes stir at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with innovative new sensors for autonomous cars

Wired.com recently recognized the hard work of Aimotive by listing the Hungarian startup as one of the most influential automotive companies in the world

A Hungarian company has caught the eye of automotive industry bigwigs after developing innovative new sensors for autonomous cars.

According to mno.hu, Aimotive caused a stir at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas recently with its radar technology sensors.

Founder László Kishonti believes we can teach cars how to drive themselves by using cameras so that the vehicles can see with their “eyes” and decide with their “brains”.

Aimotive has 170 employees with a majority of those working at a facility in Szépvölgyi Street in Budapest. Research and development takes place on-site and includes artificial intelligence researchers, robotics specialists, software developers and testers.

The company has already proved a big success in the industry after securing 38 million USD from investors, and is continuing to grow.

Wired.com recently recognized the hard work of Aimotive by listing the Hungarian startup as one of the most influential automotive companies in the world.