Morai to launch cloud-based autonomous driving simulation environment

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Morai, a South Korean developer of full-stack autonomous driving simulation technology, is set to unveil its Sim Cloud product, which uses the cloud to build a myriad of simulation environments without hardware restrictions and enable simultaneous testing, at this week’s CES 2022 show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sim Cloud is the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model of the existing Morai autonomous driving simulator, Morai Sim, which the company says will allow users to perform simulation tests in the cloud without the process of installing any software onto local computers. The cloud-based method should play a key role in increasing test efficiency as it enables users to run a large number of simulation tests requiring multiple computers to run, with a single computer, simultaneously. Sim Cloud will also offer a test automation feature, which automatically distributes test cases in a cloud environment to perform tests and generate finalized results.

“Based on the cloud-based simulation technology we introduce at CES 2022, Morai will actively expand domestic and global business opportunities,” said Jiwon Jung, CEO of Morai. “We will also leverage in-person engagement at this year’s CES as an opportunity to further foster global partnerships and actively engage in sharing autonomous driving simulation technologies.”

Morai claims it is the only developer and distributor of a full-stack autonomous driving simulation platform in South Korea, with more than 100 clients, including Hyundai Mobis, Naver Labs, and Samsung Engineering.

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Lawrence has been covering engineering subjects – with a focus on motorsport technology – since 2007 and has edited and contributed to a variety of international titles. Currently, he oversees Automotive Powertrain Technology International and Professional Motorsport World magazines as editor.

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