Publicly listed ‘venture builder’ Strategic Elements has launched a new artificial intelligence and robotics company, Stealth Technologies.
Stealth will focus on custom built systems for its own proprietary technologies as well as collaborating with commercial and government partners for their own specific use cases.
According to Stealth its point of difference is based on the ability to physically custom build automated robotic machines, integrate computer vision capabilities through cameras and sensors, and create artificial intelligence through machine learning and software development.
During the past six months, the company has also been steadily building its in-house team that comprises of research engineers with deep expertise in AI, machine learning, automation, computer vision and robotics (hardware and software).
Stealth managing director Charles Murphy said the company has been positioned higher up the valuation ladder than other companies in this sector due to its dual hardware and software development focus.
“In anticipation of near term events, we have expanded the engineering, operations and business development team within the company,” Murphy said. “The team has been working extremely hard to finalise some existing opportunities and we look forward to unveiling the innovative technology that Stealth has been working on.”
Stealth is collaborating with research institutes and experts across AI to develop proprietary technologies
The company plans to release more details surrounding its partnerships and commercial engagements in the next few months.