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Series B - II | Alive

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About Helm.ai

Helm.ai is an algorithm- and AI-centric company working on the fundamental perception problem for autonomous navigation. The company's goal is achieving full autonomy (safe, algorithmic navigation that is completely independent of any human input) for self-driving cars, drones, and consumer robots.

Helm.ai Headquarter Location

3723 Haven Ave Suite 125

Menlo Park, California, 94025,

United States

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Latest Helm.ai News

Software lets ADAS platform run on SoCs

Mar 17, 2022

Electrical Engineering News and Products Search this website March 16, 2022 Ambarella, Inc.  and Helm.ai , a developer of next-generation AI software, today announced a new perception software release for the Ambarella CVflow AI SoC architecture that makes Helm.ai’s high-end advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) software available to the strong ecosystem of customers and partners built around the Ambarella platform. This new integration allows both companies to rapidly iterate on technical approaches that meet the latest automotive market needs, while offering combined hardware and software solutions to joint customers. Helm.ai and Ambarella first demonstrated the initial integration of Helm.ai technology at CES 2020. At this year’s event, the two companies demonstrated an integration of the Helm.ai full 360° surround-view camera perception stack for L2+/L3 and autonomous driving on Ambarella’s automotive-grade CV2FS SoCs. Today’s new integration leverages all hardware capabilities of the Ambarella CVflow architecture to optimize the performance of Helm.ai’s AI algorithms while meeting the accuracy goals expected from an automotive-grade solution. “Helm.ai’s novel approach to training AI systems for computer vision, called Deep Teaching, offers far-reaching implications for the future of computer vision and autonomous driving, as well as other industries such as robotics, aviation, manufacturing and even retail,” said Ambarella President and CEO Fermi Wang. “This new integration combines Helm.ai’s high-end ADAS software and our CV2FS automotive grade AI SoC platform to offer industry-leading performance per watt. In the next stage of this collaboration, we are using Ambarella’s scalable CVflow platform to port Helm.ai’s advanced ADAS software onto our new CV3 SoC for single-chip perception of multiple sensors. This central domain controller SoC family can simultaneously process HD radar and vision captures, while providing fusion and path planning for ADAS to L4 autonomous vehicles.” You may also like:

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  • When was Helm.ai founded?

    Helm.ai was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Helm.ai's headquarters?

    Helm.ai's headquarters is located at 3723 Haven Ave, Menlo Park.

  • What is Helm.ai's latest funding round?

    Helm.ai's latest funding round is Series B - II.

  • How much did Helm.ai raise?

    Helm.ai raised a total of $39M.

  • Who are the investors of Helm.ai?

    Investors of Helm.ai include HSV, Amplo, BASE Capital, Freeman Group, One Way Ventures and 24 more.

  • Who are Helm.ai's competitors?

    Competitors of Helm.ai include Phantom AI and 1 more.

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