INFINIQ reveals AI-based autonomous driving data and retail tech at CES - The EE

INFINIQ reveals AI-based autonomous driving data and retail tech at CES

INFINIQ, an artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous driving data service company, unveiled its autonomous driving and retail innovation technology at CES 2022, the influential tech event, to an incredible response from 180,000+ attendees from Jan. 5-7, 2022.

A three-year CES participant and CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree, INFINIQ is the optimal AI accelerator for business innovation, with companies requesting meetings before the event even began.

INFINIQ’s innovations at CES 2022 include:

  • A data collection vehicle equipped with multi-sensors, including vision cameras, lidar and infrared/thermal imaging to collect high-quality data for autonomous driving, using sensor fusion technology to process the data and increase accuracy.
  • AI Data service platform “MyCrowd,” which builds high quality datasets for AI training. My Crowd guarantees high speed and accuracy by applying AI technology to data processes, providing one-stop services for 2D/3D data mapping, personal information anonymisation, 3D annotation, and data quality verification.
  • Data anonymisation service “Wellid,” which processes visual data so it cannot be recognised. Sensitive personal information such as faces and number plates can be anonymised, crucial to comply with global privacy regulations such as GDPR, the AI Act, CCPA, and CPRA. AI companies showed great interest in Wellid’s capabilities at CES 2022.
  • Self-checkout solution and CES 2022 Innovation Award winner AI Counter, which scans products without barcodes or consistent shapes (such as bread, fruits and vegetables) and even completes calculations through its own app. AI Counter is optimised for retail services and is attracting attention from global retail companies for its possibilities, including 24-hour stores, unmanned stores and self-checkout counters. AI Counter was named a CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree in both the Software & Mobile Apps and Smart Cities categories.
  • AI store “Mealy, a retail concept that can be operated unmanned, 24/7, using vision AI technology. This interactive concept allowed CES 2022 attendees to walk through a real store with groceries while AI Counter tallied up their purchases and an abnormal behavior detection system monitored the behavior of shoppers.

“This is INFINIQ’s third consecutive CES and judging by the enthusiastic response and deep interest from international businesses, this year will serve as an opportunity to expand our North American business and grow as a global company,” INFINIQ CEO Park Jun-hyung says. “We have extensive experience in supplying data to all fields of the artificial intelligence industry, and we are excited to broaden our partnerships and continue our cutting-edge innovations.”

CES attendees can experience this tech firsthand at the INFINIQ booth at North Hall No. 8963.

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