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Auto Parts Company Denso Partners With Tel Aviv-Based Startup Ottopia

Auto Parts Company Denso Partners With Tel Aviv-Based Startup Ottopia

Ottopia develops a remote control system for autonomous vehicles, which allows human operators to remotely assist a vehicle’s AI system in making decisions

Meir Orbach  :  2019-06-04T16:00:03..
Tokyo-listed auto parts supplier Denso Corporation has partnered with Tel Aviv-based startup Ottopia Technologies Ltd. on reliable remote assistance solutions for autonomous vehicles, the latter announced Tuesday. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Ottopia also announced the official launch of its remote control system for autonomous vehicles, which allows human operators to remotely assist a vehicle’s artificial intelligence system in making decisions in complex and unpredictable situations. Ottopia’s technology offers remote driving solutions for individual vehicles as well as fleets.
Ottopia co-founders Leon Altarac (left) and Amit Rosenzweig. Photo: Ottopia Ottopia co-founders Leon Altarac (left) and Amit Rosenzweig. Photo: Ottopia Ottopia co-founders Leon Altarac (left) and Amit Rosenzweig. Photo: Ottopia

Founded in 2018 by former Microsoft executive Amit Rosenzweig and former head of the autonomous vehicles and robotics branch for the Israeli military Leon Altarac, Ottopia has raised $3 million to date.

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