The Department of Computer Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technolgy in Trondheim received their SPURV Research robot last week.
Several interested students and employees was present during the hand over, and are eager to commence developing of algorithms for the unit as soon as possible. The purchasing of the SPURV Research is a part of the university’s focus on becoming a leading actor within self driving technology.
SPURV Research includes a framework enabling research institutions to quickly start developing algorithms for self driving technology within a safe and economical package.
Contact CTO of KVS Technologies, Steffen Solberg (email@example.com) to receive more information, and to book a demo.
More information about the units can be found here: SPURV Research
Photo: Kai T. Dragland / NTNU