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  • Tech development fund Strategic Elements (SOR) has begun integrating its Sensor Fusion stack into a new generation of autonomous robot security vehicles
  • By building in the Sensor Fusion technology, Strategic Elements hopes to expand the vehicle’s intuitive capabilities — resulting in more “human-like” levels of perception
  • Sensor Fusion is being developed in collaboration with drone tech company Planck AeroSystems, while CSIRO’s licensed Wildcat SLAM system will also be integrated into the stack
  • Strategic Elements opened 5.38 per cent up this morning, trading at 49 cents per share

Tech development fund Strategic Elements (SOR) has begun integrating its Sensor Fusion stack into a new generation of autonomous robot security vehicles.

By building in the company’s Sensor Fusion technology, the team at Strategic Elements hopes to expand the vehicle’s intuitive capabilities — resulting in a more “human-like” levels of perception.

The stack includes additional sensors, such as LiDAR, radar, GPS, sonar and thermal imaging. The company claims the improved sensory build-out, when coupled with already-emerging artificial intelligence, will allow the security vehicles to “not just to detect humans, but to interpret why they may be there and what they are doing.”

Sensor Fusion is being developed in collaboration with drone tech developer Planck AeroSystems, while CSIRO’s licensed Wildcat SLAM technology will also be integrated into the stack.

Managing Director Charles Murphy said the team have undertaken a significant amount of work to plan and design the next generation of the security vehicles.

“In our view, the Sensor Fusion stack is just the start of showing how we can add advanced intelligence into our mobile robotics platform. We are generating significant momentum across our technology projects, including the Electronic Battery and Memory Inks and look forward to communicating these developments as they occur,” he said.

 “We can see how we can develop, test and validate the technologies to potentially attract significant interest from industry participants. Our technologies are by design highly innovative and seek large global markets and as a company we are highly leveraged to technology development success.”

Strategic Elements opened 5.38 per cent up this morning, trading at 49 cents per share at 10:53 am AEDT.

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