Project Name: Büyüktech - Forsight
Project Team: Ömer Orkun Düztaş, Alparslan Işıklı
Project Summary: A person can drive using only his eyes and brain, can autonomous vehicles also do this? One of the topics discussed in autonomous vehicles all over the world is whether there is really a need for another sensor other than the camera. Companies such as Tesla and MobilEye are experimenting with autonomous driving only with cameras. 3D sensing is critical for autonomous driving. Lidars are used for this purpose. Thanks to the high-level stereo matching algorithms we have developed and our special artificial intelligence hardware, it can replace Lidars and perform high-level 3D sensing, while detecting vehicles, pedestrians, traffic markers and many more with its special artificial intelligence processor, such as emergency braking system, adaptive cruise control. A new generation smart camera incorporating adas features.
Project Name: SYNTONYM
Project Team: Batuhan Özcan, Barış Geçer, Abdülkadir Pir
Project Summary: Syntonym is a privacy-tech that makes visual data anonymization. It ensures that the faces of individuals are replaced with synthetic faces that never existed, aiming to preserve all analytical values at the maximum level. While doing this, age, gender, facial expressions, etc. The protection of metrics ensures that no individual's rights such as privacy and confidentiality are violated in the process of feeding artificial intelligence algorithms with accurate and reliable data. Considering that a Level 3 autonomous vehicle records an average of 8TB of data, it enables companies to use data in the most efficient way, ensuring the privacy of individuals, thanks to the anonymization of image data, which is the most valuable data type, in accordance with KVKK / GDPR.
The data collected through data anonymization ceases to be personal data.
Project Name : Archmir
Project Team: İlker Holly, Mustafa Çakır, Talha Saruhan, Utku Eroğlu
Project Summary : Archmir is an initiative that detects morphological distortions in objects with its own artificial intelligence algorithm. It is currently using this technology in the insurance industry to make processes semi-autonomous. Damage assessment processes, which normally take days and are manual, can be solved semi-autonomously within a few days with Archmir's technology. Unlike its competitors, Archmir, which uses a parametric estimation algorithm, can give the best results even in non-standardized markets.