Beijing – (business wire)–Haomo.AI Technology Co., Ltd., together with ByteDance-owned cloud service platform Volcano Engine, is China’s largest self-driving computing center at the 7th AI Day event on January 5. Launched MANA OASIS.
MANA OASIS has a total computing power of 670 PFLOPS, higher than any other similar facility in China.
Haomo CEO Gu Weihao said: He sees his 1.0 era of autonomous driving as being hardware-driven, his 2.0 era being software-driven, and his 3.0 era being data-driven.
“We are honored to have a close cooperation with Haomo in the field of Intelligent Driving Computing Center,” said Tan Dai, president of Volcano Engine. He said it was a sign of the company’s confidence.
“We will jointly promote the breakthrough development of the intelligent training platform in the autonomous driving industry and accelerate the commercialization of autonomous driving technology,” he added.
With MANA OASIS, Haomo has updated five key models for autonomous driving development: visual self-monitoring model, 3D reconstruction model, multi-modal mutual monitoring model, dynamic environment model, and driver self-monitoring model.
A visual self-monitoring model enables 100% automatic labeling of 4D video clips and reduces manual labeling costs by 98%. 3D reconstructed models leverage NeRF technology to generate highly realistic data by changing the angle of view, lighting and textured materials. This makes it easier for Haomo to get corner case data. Perception is reduced by 30% of his.
A multimodal co-observation model helps vehicles to recognize unusually sized obstacles. Meanwhile, the dynamic environment model keeps the vehicle always on the right path, and the driver self-monitoring model can learn from experienced and skilled drivers to make the vehicle smarter. Decisions about how to drive.
Haomo plans to apply its autonomous driving solution HPilot in 100 cities in China in the first half of 2024.
About Haomo.AI Technology Co., Ltd.
Founded in Beijing in 2019, Haomo.AI is an autonomous driving company that provides level 2 autonomous driving solutions to automakers and sells level 4 autonomous driving vans for around RMB 100,000.