Spatial intelligence will transform the technological landscape …we’re just speeding things up.
SLAMcore’s reason for being
We’re dedicated to helping OEMs build affordable robots and drones with exceptional spatial intelligence capabilities.
What we do
We design industry-leading algorithms that deliver highly reliable positioning, mapping and intelligence on low-power, affordable hardware.
Our history at a glance
SLAMcore span out from the Department of Computing at Imperial College London in early 2016 and closed our first funding round in March 2017. Backed by leading investors, including Amadeus Capital, Toyota AI Ventures and SPARX Group.
Our founding team have decades of experience delivering cutting edge technology to the market.
Chief Executive Officer and co-founder
10+ years in early stage R&D management. Managed UK Government and industry-funded research portfolios. Strategic and commercial technology development expert.
Dr Jacek Zienkiewicz
PhD from Imperial College London focused on dense visual perception for mobile robots. 5+ years industrial experience developing laser-based distance measurement systems.
Dr Stefan Leutenegger
Lecturer at at Imperial College London. Focused on autonomous robot navigation. PhD on Unmanned Solar Airplanes from Autonomous Systems Lab of ETH Zurich.
Prof. Andrew Davison
20 years pioneering visual SLAM. Collaborated on breakthrough SLAM systems including MonoSLAM and KinectFusion. 15,000+ academic citations.
The Wider Team
Working alongside our founders, we have a team of exceptional individuals helping to make SLAMcore’s suite of spatial intelligence solutions a reality, including multiple SLAM PhDs, Machine Learning experts and Software Engineers.
We’re growing rapidly at the moment, so If you want to learn more about exciting opportunities at SLAMcore, check out our current vacancies.
SLAMcore co-founder and Professor of Robot Vision at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, Andrew Davison on SLAMcore’s long-term view of where the technology is going.View Article