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Camsense Ranking on Top 100 New Economy Companies list

On December 8, the 5th Shenzhen Bay International Venture Capital Conference released the "2019 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area New Economy Enterprises Top 100 List", and Camsense was successfully selected as the most promising innovative startup in the field of "artificial intelligence".

This is another industry attention and recognition after Camsense received the largest funding in the field of LiDAR in the past month.

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, a city cluster consisting of two special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau and nine cities in Guangdong Province, including Guangzhou and Shenzhen, is the fourth largest bay area in the world after the New York Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area and Tokyo Bay Area in Japan, and is gradually becoming another highlight in the world economic map. The "2019 Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macao and Greater Bay Area New Economy Top 100 List", based on this dream-stirring Bay Area, focuses on the value of trends and focuses on the future of business, and honors those new economy pioneers with outstanding performance, rapid growth, innovation and unicorn potential in 2019. With its outstanding performance in high-precision positioning vision sensor technology and product development, Camsense is on the list and is rated as the fastest running dark horse of the year and has the most potential to become a unicorn in the future new economy business.

It is reported that the list covers artificial intelligence, technology and finance, automotive travel, enterprise services, culture and entertainment, bio-health, new materials and new energy, energy conservation and environmental protection, new consumption and other industries, according to the selection of "high growth, model innovation, core technology, founding team, financing rounds" and other criteria, through information collection, re-election review The final evaluation will be announced through information collection, review, and publication of the list. In the wave of industrial revolution in the new economy, Camsense, as a latecomer of vision sensor, has become the first in its niche industry with its profound technology accumulation and innovation, and leaped to be the mainstream supplier of LIDAR in the field of sweeping robot, serving brands such as 360 and Lenovo.

Camsense was founded in 2014, is a leading domestic visual spatial positioning technology company, dedicated to high-precision positioning sensor research and development, aimed at providing core technology and product support for various artificial intelligence applications. Currently, the products include professional-grade high-precision positioning systems and consumer-grade LiDAR, with overall coverage of robotics, industrial inspection, medical surgery navigation and other industries.

So far, Camsense has completely independent intellectual property rights of the core algorithm as well as the chip (applied for 32 invention patents, has obtained 14 authorizations), is the first domestic enterprise with monocular large space sub-millimeter level positioning accuracy capability, and is expected to become the icebreaker of domestic alternative to imports. Building the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is a national strategy, and one of its important implications is to create an important support area for advancing the construction. Relying on Camsense's technical advantages, Camsense will actively promote exchanges and cooperation with countries along the route in the field of science and technology, and will continue to bring smarter product experiences to global users in the future.


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