SLAMcore’s mission is to make quality spatial AI accessible to all
Our team of world-leading spatial AI experts are doing this by developing SLAM algorithms that allow robots and drones to truly understand the space around them.
Underpinned by research from Imperial College London, SLAMcore isn’t just creating better SLAM solutions. Our team of leading academics, roboticists, engineers and developers are creating the future of it. Pushing the boundaries of what's possible today and what SLAM will look like tomorrow.
We’re making spatial AI solutions more accessible to businesses by unlocking huge market opportunities in robotics with robust SLAM algorithms that can survive in the real world. By bridging the divide between demo videos and real-world performance, we are transforming the vision of our customers into a tangible reality.
SLAMcore Offers ‘Out-of-the-Box’ Dense 2.5D Mapping for Fast, Accurate Robot Navigation
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