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Swaayatt Robots removes the need for network and carrier companies to be part of the connected car ecosystem. Each car can drive by itself thanks to an onboard computer communicating to the onboard cameras through a LAN and making all the self-drive decisions.

“Swaayatt Robots removes the need for network and carrier companies to be part of the connected car ecosystem. Each car can drive by itself thanks to an onboard computer communicating to the onboard cameras through a LAN and making all the self-drive decisions.” – [Tech30]

Zee News covered our autonomous driving live. They covered in details about our perception, motion planning and decision making technology. We had discussion, while interview, about the future of our technology, as well as potential use cases.

Our self-driving technology got featured in BBC World News technology flagship program BBC Click. Sanjeev was interviewed on 9th May by David Reid.

[Haribhoomi Newspaper (Hindi)]: {Translation} After Nine Years of Research Sanjeev Sharma Created Self-Driving Technology That Works in Dense Traffic Conditions

Making technologies like LIDAR and RADAR redundant, Swaayatt robots is developing on-and off roads self driving technology that works in extremely difficult traffic scenarios and in unstructured environmental conditions such as in India. The technology by this startup enables self driving vehicles to perceive their environments using off-the-shelf cameras.

Autonomous cars are too much to wish for in India, given the present poor infrastructure of roads here. But, the scenario is completely different in other countries where roads are negotiable and ready for an advanced ride in mechanized cars.

Sanjeev Sharma, an IIT-Roorkee alumnus and the Founder of Swaayatt Robots, is to some extent convinced that driverless cars need a completely different technology to operate in India.