Seoul Robotics, an industrial autonomous driving company, has announced it has been in discussions with Abu Dhabi’s Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The discussions focused on exploring partnership prospects for joint research and development (R&D) in the field.

This dialogue took place during a visit by ATRC officials to Seoul Robotics’ headquarters in Seoul, South Korea.

The discussions focused on introducing Seoul Robotics and sharing insights into the current state and future outlook of the industrial autonomous driving market, with emphasis on potential collaboration opportunities across R&D.

Established in 2020, ATRC aims to position Abu Dhabi as a global research and development hub by fostering an advanced technology ecosystem.

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South Korea was chosen as the inaugural destination for ATRC’s global collaboration efforts this year, with Seoul Robotics being the only startup among 13 organizations visited by the Council during their trip.

Lee Han-bin, CEO of Seoul Robotics, expressed the significance of ATRC’s visit and the discussions on partnership as a testament to Seoul Robotics’ competitive edge in the industrial autonomous driving sector.

He also mentioned that “the visit facilitated through the Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) could lead to further discussions on investment opportunities in Seoul Robotics’ pre-IPO round.”

Founded in 2017, Seoul Robotics has established itself as a key player in the industrial autonomous driving software market, serving major global automotive OEMs.