Swaayatt Robots is developing self-driving technology that works in highly stochastic traffic conditions and in unstructured, like in India. Our technology also enables self-driving vehicles to perceive using only off-the-shelf cameras. This reduces the price of the technology for the end customers.

Currently we are using a manual transmission vehicle, which we converted to a drive by wire vehicle, to test our technology and algorithms. So far, we have driven autonomously on Indian roads for 158 KM. Each of the individual algorithms we have developed has been tested over at least 1000 KMs to ensure that they work reliably, robust and in real-time in the chaotic and unstructured Indian conditions....
Swaayatt Robots is developing self-driving technology that works in highly stochastic traffic conditions and in unstructured, like in India. Our technology also enables self-driving vehicles to perceive using only off-the-shelf cameras. This reduces the price of the technology for the end customers.

Currently we are using a manual transmission vehicle, which we converted to a drive by wire vehicle, to test our technology and algorithms. So far, we have driven autonomously on Indian roads for 158 KM. Each of the individual algorithms we have developed has been tested over at least 1000 KMs to ensure that they work reliably, robust and in real-time in the chaotic and unstructured Indian conditions.
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Dr Renard Siew, PhD GSAP
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Dr Renard Siew, PhD GSAP Dr Renard works at the nexus of engineering and economics to address the many challenges in developing sustainable communities.

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Jan Kuenne Advisory Board Member at The India Advantage Summit - 2018

Swaayatt Robots is tackling one of the most challenging task we have on urban mobility. The team is more than committed and the solutions they are showing attract some OEM ´s . There is a fair chance that the shown technology will have impact on the market.
As the media is already tracing Swaaytt BBC etc. shows that there might be a hidden champion on the way.

Dr Renard Siew, PhD GSAP Global Advisory Member at Economists Without Borders Australia

Swaayatt Robots develops on and off roads self-driving technology that works in very difficult traffic scenarios and terrain. There is so much potential for application both indoors and outdoors. I'm particularly interested in how this technology can be applied to solve sustainability challenges from autonomous vehicles for the aging population to helping to increase efficiency in factories/warehouses. I see this technology as a game changer in Asia and beyond.