Algolux, founded in 2015, isn’t exactly a household name in the already-crowded world of automotive computer vision. But the Quebec-based startup has generated some interest among investors. For instance, it’s raised $13.4 million, including a $10 million Series A led by General Motors Ventures last May. Not bad, given the fact that it’s remained a virtual unknown, up until now.
Today, Algolux is unveiling Ion, a platform that gives companies a set of tools and an embedded software stack to help them build their own perception systems. It’s essentially a plug-and-play solution, a departure from the common approach today in