Autonomy Institute

Information Technology and Services

The Autonomy Institute. The Sematech for Autonomy and AI at the edge. Where Sematech was a government, industry, academia collaboration to revive the semiconductor industry in the US, the Autonomy Institute is a government, industry, academia and public alliance to accelerate the Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure, public policies, industry technology, adopted standards, jobs, and community benefits of autonomy, and AI at the edge. But where Sematech didn’t’ need infrastructure, the Autonomy Institute does. There is a tsunami of technology coming to cities and it needs leadership to assure it meets community needs. That’s where the Public-Private Partnership (P3) comes in to deploy Public Infrastructure Network Nodes (PINN). The PINN will be as critical to a city at power and water infrastructure. A P3 would be separate from COA and the Institute. It is the entity that provides the funding for the infrastructure and sets up the bidding for contracts for the design, construction, etc. of the infrastructure using whatever rules the City and the Alliance designate for procurement and construction. The P3 is meant to promote the open competition/bidding that the City of Austin and its residents expect. Highly focused on Community and how Government, Industry and Academia address the benefits of Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure by accelerating the path to commerce for autonomous and semi-autonomous systems. Autonomy will stimulate the largest productivity increase in world history and the nation that leads, will be the nation that drives the next century of innovation and economic growth. This new digital infrastructure will create millions of new jobs, make cities more efficient, increase our economic engine output, make our bases more resilient, support emergency & disaster Investment in a 21st-century Intelligent & Autonomous Infrastructure is among the highest priorities for stimulating economic and job growth. Creating Highways and Byways for the Digital and Autonomous World. Edge computing, 5G wireless, inspection drones, autonomous cars and trucks, air taxis, etc., all need to be part of, and to share, a common infrastructure. Local governments are struggling today with permitting disparate infrastructures that need to be a single open and intelligent infrastructure. The integration process is ready for a jump start. The country that does this well first will likely capture the preponderance of the economic benefit. Conceptually, the autonomy landscape is the cloud computing landscape writ large. The digital infrastructure at the edge needs intelligent system developers to have a market and the intelligent system developers are equally dependent on the digital infrastructure being deployed at the edge. The autonomy infrastructure permits “apps” like optimized traffic management, autonomous cars, or drones that respond to 911 calls, or autonomous delivery, or automated road and bridge inspection. The digital infrastructure these “apps” need is the public, open, locally controlled intelligent and autonomous infrastructure. The Public Infrastructure Network Nodes will support 5G wireless, Edge Computing, Radar, Sensors, Enhance GPS, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. The edge computing will convert real-time and stored data streams into information that can be used by the various apps. The apps may perform further proprietary data processing with the edge computer or analyze it on privately owned, or cloud computing platforms.

Basics

  • Number of Employees
    51-200 employees
  • Stage
    $50M+ in TTM Revenue
  • Founded
    2018
  • Primary Industry
    Information Technology and Services

Description

The Autonomy Institute. The Sematech for Autonomy and AI at the edge. Where Sematech was a government, industry, academia collaboration to revive the semiconductor industry in the US, the Autonomy Institute is a government, industry, academia and public alliance to accelerate the Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure, public policies, industry technology, adopted standards, jobs, and community benefits of autonomy, and AI at the edge.
But where Sematech didn’t’ need infrastructure, the Autonomy Institute does. There is a tsunami of technology coming to cities and it needs leadership to assure it meets community needs. That’s where the Public-Private Partnership (P3) comes in to deploy Public Infrastructure Network Nodes (PINN). The PINN will be as critical to a city at power and water infrastructure. A P3 would be separate from COA and the Institute. It is the entity that provides the funding for the infrastructure and sets up the bidding for contracts for the design, construction, etc. of the infrastructure using whatever rules the City and the Alliance designate for procurement and construction. The P3 is meant to promote the open competition/bidding that the City of Austin and its residents expect.
Highly focused on Community and how Government, Industry and Academia address the benefits of Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure by accelerating the path to commerce for autonomous and semi-autonomous systems. Autonomy will stimulate the largest productivity increase in world history and the nation that leads, will be the nation that drives the next century of innovation and economic growth. This new digital infrastructure will create millions of new jobs, make cities more efficient, increase our economic engine output, make our bases more resilient, support emergency & disaster
Investment in a 21st-century Intelligent & Autonomous Infrastructure is among the highest priorities for stimulating economic and job growth. Creating Highways and Byways for the Digital and Autonomous World. Edge computing, 5G wireless, inspection drones, autonomous cars and trucks, air taxis, etc., all need to be part of, and to share, a common infrastructure. Local governments are struggling today with permitting disparate infrastructures that need to be a single open and intelligent infrastructure. The integration process is ready for a jump start. The country that does this well first will likely capture the preponderance of the economic benefit.

Conceptually, the autonomy landscape is the cloud computing landscape writ large. The digital infrastructure at the edge needs intelligent system developers to have a market and the intelligent system developers are equally dependent on the digital infrastructure being deployed at the edge. The autonomy infrastructure permits “apps” like optimized traffic management, autonomous cars, or drones that respond to 911 calls, or autonomous delivery, or automated road and bridge inspection. The digital infrastructure these “apps” need is the public, open, locally controlled intelligent and autonomous infrastructure.

The Public Infrastructure Network Nodes will support 5G wireless, Edge Computing, Radar, Sensors, Enhance GPS, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. The edge computing will convert real-time and stored data streams into information that can be used by the various apps. The apps may perform further proprietary data processing with the edge computer or analyze it on privately owned, or cloud computing platforms.