Day 1: MORAI’s innovative simulation platform for autonomous driving safety verification

At this year’s expo, Morai is prominently showcasing its autonomous driving simulation platform. The company’s simulation is applicable to various next-generation mobility industries such as autonomous vehicles, UAM, unmanned robots, and unmanned ships, gaining attention as a core virtual verification platform accelerating the commercialization of autonomous driving. At Morai’s booth, representatives will not only showcase the latest technologies of MORAI simulation but also demonstrate technologies applicable to various fields of next-generation mobility, digital twin projects, and achievements of national projects in detail.

On the Technology Presentation Stage, MORAI will present on the topic of "Future Mobility Trends and Autonomous Vehicle Technology and Issues." In this presentation, they will delve into how the next-generation mobility innovation centered around autonomous vehicles is accelerating and address the technical and social challenges encountered in the process. They will particularly emphasize the role of autonomous driving simulation technology as software-defined vehicles (SDVs) rise and the importance of verification, certification, and integrated development environments in virtual environments.

Donghyun Lim, Head of Business Development of Morai, stated, "We particularly aim to meet stakeholders from companies and institutions requiring verification of the safety of autonomous driving systems and simulation capabilities. We also want to widely promote our innovative simulation solutions, strengthen connections with industry leaders, and seize the opportunity to share insights into the future direction of autonomous driving. We plan to meet with experts in research and development, product management, safety verification, and regulatory compliance to discuss how Morai's simulation platform meets real-world requirements through actual cases."

Meet MORAI and see the simulation platform for yourself at Booth 3060.

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