Artificial Intelligence - the Nerve Cells of our Electronic Brains

Although the scientific sector is still having a tough time building computers that can match human thinking even to just an approximate degree, astonishing advances are being made in the development of machine intelligence in narrowly defined specialist areas. In our company, mathematicians and scientists develop mobile, intelligent robot systems that detect and analyze their surroundings and can also navigate autonomously. In particular, we develop self-learning algorithms for pattern recognition and methods of manipulative intelligence in service robotics.

The findings and insights gained from this are incorporated into the development of intelligent driver assistance systems for the commercial vehicle industry.

PSC Pistenbully Safety Control

Example: Automatic Person Recognition for Snowcats


The system detects automatically when a skier is approaching and alerts the driver; if there is a threat of a collision, it switches off the snowcat attachments automatically.

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