DeepRoute.ai, an international autonomous driving technology company, has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Intelligent Autonomous Driving Centre (IADC) of HKUST to deepen collaboration in autonomous driving research and development and talent cultivation. The academia-industry collaboration will integrate each own complementary advantage to tackle system-level problems with innovative methods. The MOU was signed by Qifeng Chen, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering of HKUST and Maosheng Ye, Technical Director of DeepRoute.ai, and witnessed by Lujia Wang, Executive Director of IADC of HKUST and Maxwell Zhou, CEO of DeepRoute.ai.
Lujia Wang, said “We highly appreciate the fast growth of DeepRoute.ai in the past few years with its forward-looking multi-sensor fusion perception, inference engine and other research. Its in-depth partnership along the value chain provides significant and pragmatic insight into R&D and talent fostering. We look forward to bringing actual benefits to the society with our joint efforts.”
“HKUST is the first to receive permit to test autonomous driving in Hong Kong thanks to its research and development prowess in deep learning, computer vision and other areas,” said Maxwell Zhou, CEO of DeepRoute.ai, “HKUST has nurtured numerous high caliber talents in AI industry, and we are honored to collaborate with the university on frontier technology and bring out bright minds.”
DeepRoute.ai is continuously committed to collaborating with the academia to gain competitive edge in research and development, with forged partnership with Tsinghua University in 2021, and Guangdong Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Economy (Shenzhen) in 2022. Reinforced and comprehensive cooperation will expedite DeepRoute.ai autonomous driving technology to wider applications.