Artisense offers cutting edge computer vision product for real-time localization, mapping and navigation of highly automated or fully autonomous vehicles. Visual-Inertial Navigation System (VINS) developed by Artisense provides continuous and accurate global 3D positioning in real-time without relying on GNSS.
The VINS enables automated vehicles of our customers to be robustly tested and operated in any environment – even in GNSS-denied or sparsely textured.
Artisense was founded in 2016 as a spin-off of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) by Prof. Daniel Cremers and Andrej Kulikov and has offices in Munich, Palo Alto & Tokyo.
We’re a complementary team experienced in computer vision, robotics and entrepreneurship.
Together, we are creating computer vision products for real-world robotic applications.
- CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO)
Andrej Kulikov, a serial entrepreneur, leads Artisense, determining the company’s strategic direction and managing growth. Before founding Artisense, Andrej has served in the automotive industry for over 15 years. He is a technical expert with key insights and high business acumen in autotech, data science, connected and automated vehicles, IT security, and AR/VR technologies.
Prof. Dr. Daniel Cremers
- CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER
Professor Dr. Daniel Cremers has over 10 years of experience in the automotive industry, working on autonomous driving technologies such as Daimler’s 6DVision.
Daniel received the Leibniz Award 2016, the biggest award in German academia.
According to Google Scholar, Daniel has an h-index of 84 and his papers have been cited more than 31.000 times.
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