Symboticware and Cyngn partner to advance industrial AV capabilities

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Industrial IoT hardware and software company Symboticware has announced a partnership with industrial autonomous vehicle technology provider Cyngn that will make it easier for natural resources organizations to integrate Cyngn’s autonomous vehicle technology, DriveMod, into their existing fleet and to manage these advanced capabilities with Symboticware’s Intelligent Operating System,

Symboticware’s flagship product,, is an industrial operating system that currently manages four million vehicles globally. Through the Cyngn partnership, Symboticware customers may also manage their autonomous vehicle investments using the same platform.

Cyngn notes that its autonomous vehicle technology has been designed from the ground up to integrate smoothly into the daily operations of industrial organizations. Vehicles running Cyngn’s technology can easily switch between manual, remotely controlled and fully autonomous driving modes.

In addition to bringing self-driving capabilities to industrial fleets, Cyngn’s features include machine vision-based collision avoidance and a backup system that brings equipment to a stop in case of emergency. Through’s portal, vehicle operators will be immediately notified of emergencies along with the location of the equipment involved.

“We are excited to make it easier for our clients to manage their autonomous vehicles through this integration with the ecosystem,” said Cyngn CEO Lior Tal. “Cyngn’s AV technology integrates with a variety of commercially available machines. We look forward to enabling companies in the mining, agriculture, construction and forestry sectors to bring greater autonomous capabilities and safety to their operations.”

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