Data labeling specialist Aimmo opens European office at MIRA, UK

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AI data labeling solution provider Aimmo has opened a new European office at the MIRA Technology Park (MTP) in Warwickshire, UK.

Founded in 2016, the South Korean company offers what it says is one of the fastest and most accurate AI modeling and automated data labeling technologies on the market; and has ongoing partnerships with Hyundai Motors, Komatsu, Kakao Mobility, and the Gyeonggi Autonomous Driving Center, the Korean self-driving innovation complex, among others.

Doyle Chung, head of global sales, Aimmo, said, “We are delighted to become a member of the MTP community and look forward to collaborating with some of the world’s leading autonomous driving researchers.

“The AI industry continues to change rapidly with a greater need for training and labeling data, and with our experience in autonomous vehicles where our tool has been developed in the most testing environments, we have ambitions to take autonomous driving to the next level in collaboration with others.

“The impressive hardware and software developments in this sector can be badly compromised if the quality of the data is poor. Conversely, better quality data makes everything perform more efficiently to achieve your AI modeling objectives. It’s like putting better fuel into a high-performance car.”

As well as providing bespoke solutions for clients, the company’s AI data labeling software, Aimmo Enterprise, is a self-service data platform that has been optimized specifically for the automotive industry. It can be adapted and integrated to the internal operating systems of automotive companies and is already one of the fastest, most accurate and efficient systems available.

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