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About ArgosVision

ArgosVision develops wide-field computer vision technology. It designs a three dimensional (3D) camera that can be applied to intelligent robots and used for autonomous driving sensors. The company was founded in 2020 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.

Headquarters Location

21, Baekbeom-ro 31-gil, Mapo-gu

Seoul, 04147,

South Korea

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ArgosVision's Products & Differentiators

    ArgosVue Developer Kit

    3D depth camera with a human-like wide field of view

ArgosVision Patents

ArgosVision has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • 3D imaging
  • Computer vision
  • Image processing
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3D imaging, Stereoscopy, Image processing, Computer vision, Vision


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3D imaging, Stereoscopy, Image processing, Computer vision, Vision



Latest ArgosVision News

Hyundai Motor Group to make debuts of innovative startups at CES

Jan 5, 2023

Hyundai Motor Group to make debuts of innovative startups at CES Zero1ne will showcase innovative technologies of 10 Korean startups it has incubated so far By Hyundai Motor Group introduces 10 Korean startups at CES 2023 by Zero1ne program Hyundai Motor Group's open innovation platform Zero1ne will showcase innovative technologies from ten South Korean startups at CES 2023, the world's largest consumer electronics and IT trade show, the company said on Wednesday.  Since its foundation in 2018 by the South Korean conglomerate to create an ecosystem for creative talents, Zero1ne has discovered and invested in promising startups and fostered in-house startups.  It is verifying and developing the strategic use of innovative technologies through the Zero1ne Accelerator program, which discovers and invests in startups with excellent capabilities. It has made equity investments in 72 out of 140 program participants. Zero1ne, participating at CES for the first time, will introduce ten startups: 60Hertz, eMotiv, ArgosVision, CellPlus Korea, XYZ, Wondermove, Fittrix, Difon, VODA, and AutoL.  In response to the climate crisis, 60Hertz is developing and providing information technology services necessary for using and managing distributed energy sources such as solar photovoltaic units, wind generating units, energy storage systems (ESS), and fuel cells. eMotiv is developing a digital cure for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) using mobile games and artificial intelligence programs. ArgosVision has created an ultra-wide 3D-depth camera called ArgosVue, which offers the most expansive field of view comparable to human levels. "Zero1ne has focused on developing and nurturing promising startups. CES will give them great opportunities to expand into overseas markets," said a Zero1ne official.  Write to Il-kyu Kim at 2 Min read

ArgosVision Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was ArgosVision founded?

    ArgosVision was founded in 2020.

  • Where is ArgosVision's headquarters?

    ArgosVision's headquarters is located at 21, Baekbeom-ro 31-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul.

  • What is ArgosVision's latest funding round?

    ArgosVision's latest funding round is Seed - II.

  • How much did ArgosVision raise?

    ArgosVision raised a total of $100K.

  • Who are the investors of ArgosVision?

    Investors of ArgosVision include ZER01NE, CNT Tech and TIPS Program.

  • Who are ArgosVision's competitors?

    Competitors of ArgosVision include Velodyne Lidar and 4 more.

  • What products does ArgosVision offer?

    ArgosVision's products include ArgosVue Developer Kit.

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