Kudan and Artisense’s collaboration has been featured as one of the latest examples of best practices in Japanese-German innovation by JETRO and GTAI
Kudan Inc. (headquarters in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; CEO Daiu Ko, hereafter “Kudan”) is pleased to announce that the collaboration of Kudan and Artisense GmbH (hereafter “Artisense”), its group company, has been featured as one of the five best practices in the follow-up project of JETRO and Germany Trade and Invest (GTAI)’s “German Japanese Initiative 160”.
Su Yin Voon, Artisense’s Sales Manager, gave a presentation, explaining the founding stories of Kudan and Artisense, the characteristics and strengths of both companies’ technologies, the creation of team structure in which two companies from different environments complement and enhance each other, and the development of a hybrid fusion of both companies’ technologies for further technological development. She concluded that the need for SLAM technology in Kudan and Artisense’s target areas continues to grow and that the both companies remain committed to expanding their technology offerings.
JETRO and GTAI introduce 5 latest Japanese-German innovation best practices (Japanese only)
Presentation of Successful Cases of the “Japanese-German/German-Japanese Innovation Initiative 160”
* Our presentation starts at 1:08:24~
About Kudan Inc.
Kudan is a deep tech research and development company specializing in algorithms for artificial perception (AP). As a complement to artificial intelligence (AI), AP functions allow machines to develop autonomy. Currently, Kudan is using its high-level technical innovation to explore business areas based on its own milestone models established for deep tech which provide wide-ranging impact on several major industrial fields.
For more information, please refer to Kudan’s website at https://www.kudan.io/.
Name: Kudan Inc.
Securities Code: 4425 (TSE Growth)
Representative: CEO Daiu Ko
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