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BBC Click features dRISK Edge Case library on their Future of Transport episode

BBC Click, the coveted weekly BBC television programme covering technology news and recent developments in the world of technology and the internet, featured dRISK.ai, our edge case knowledge graph, and the D-RISK project in its recent episode dedicated to the Future of Transport. The work of dRISK.ai and the D-RISK consortium collecting real life traffic […]

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UK Research and Innovation and Innovate UKs EDGE programme highlights dRISK’s Social Distancing Toolbox as a success story

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is the UKs first and foremost inclusive research and innovation system. They supply government grants to academia via research councils as well as to UK businesses via Innovate UK. The EDGE programme is offered to recipients of government grant funding and offers bespoke support that grows and scales innovative businesses. […]

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UKRI highlights dRISK’s Artificial intelligence tool for social distancing as a featured technical solution for tackling the impact of Covid-19

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) have featured the dRISK social distancing toolbox in their technological solutions pages for tackling the impact of Covid 19. Our work on this de minimis competition, which repurposed our existing object detection technology from monitoring traffic to monitoring pedestrian activity. This allowed us to create a ‘busyness’ map of London […]

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Press Release: dRISK emerges from stealth, presents breakthrough performance in retraining autonomous vehicles to detect high risk “edge cases”

London, UK, 13th April 2021.dRISK, a London and Pasadena-based startup that has so far been in stealth, today announced its launch and that it has – for the first time commercially – employed its edge case retraining tool to achieve a 6x performance in time to detect high-risk events for autonomous vehicles (AVs). Whereas semi-autonomous and […]

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Safety Testing for AVs: Dropping a Stock Tesla into Virtual Reality

Have you ever wondered how autonomous vehicles (AVs) perceive the world around them, and how we can be sure they’ll see and respond to everything humans can. On 31st March 2021, the Department for International Trade sponsored a CoMotion LA event titled ‘Safety Testing for AVs: Dropping a Stock Tesla into Virtual Reality’, during which […]

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Doing amazing things for autonomous vehicles – ITT Hub Podcast with Leon Daniels OBE

The dRISK CEO Chess Stetson and Business Development manager Rav Babbra, chat to Leon Daniels OBE from ITT Hub about their work with the government-owned Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV). We hear how they have been tasked by the UK government, through the CCAV to build the ‘ultimate driving test’ – not for […]