How Phiar is Bringing Augmented Reality to Your Navigation

by | Sep 24, 2021

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Artificial Intelligence in “How Phiar is Bringing Augmented Reality to Your Navigation” featuring Chen-Ping Yu, CEO of Phiar.  The MarsPod How AI is Changing Society host by Mark Wesley, Marketing Manager, at MarsCrowd.

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About this episode:

Leveraging the next generation of in-car navigation is what Phiar, a developing edge spatial-AI technology, and AR navigation platform is working on to provide “state-of-the-art” deep learning solutions for the automotive industry.

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Why Phiar?

Phiar comes from the Greek letter “Phi” and augmented reality (AR). For Phiar, AR is the foundational piece to revolutionize in-vehicle navigation experiences — because “everything about driving is about navigating to your destination“. Yu explains AR navigations enables people to connect with its surrounding while arriving at a destination. Phiar’s AI engine aims to support different AI applications, mostly camera-based, to connect the driver to its surroundings expanding the current 2D in-car navigations.

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This MarsPod episode includes:

  • The origins of the Phiar company, and how the company provides both, AI and AR state-of-the-art solutions.
  • How Phiar came alive thanks to YCombinator, one of the most prestigious top startup incubator and accelerator programs.
  • Gain a first-hand insight into the future vision for AR navigation.
  • Get 18 tips for getting VC funding from Chen-Ping Yu.

Listen to the full episode “How Phiar is Bringing Augmented Reality to Your Navigation” on the MarsPod Podcast in all your favorite channels listed below. You’ll also find this episode on YouTube. Just search “MarsPod.”

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