AVIKUS WINS FIRST RED DOT DESIGN AWARD IN THE CONCEPT DIVISION

AVIKUS WINS FIRST RED DOT DESIGN AWARD IN THE CONCEPT DIVISION

NeuBoat Recognized for Future Design Competitiveness of Autonomous Recreational Boating Solution

Palm Beach, Fla. – Avikus, HD Hyundai’s autonomous navigation in-house startup, announced today it has been selected as the winner in the Design Concept division of the Red Dot Design Award, an international design competition for product design, communication design and design concepts.

NeuBoat, Avikus’ self-driving solution for recreational boats, was recognized for reflecting the philosophy of human-centered design to minimize human error and popularizing the boating experience. Avikus is focused on developing innovative boat navigation assistance and autonomous boating solutions so that anyone can enjoy marine leisure safely and conveniently, showcasing emotional designs that capture users’ needs beyond the natural value that comes from technological superiority.

The Red Dot Design Awards are considered one of the world’s most prestigious awards since 1955. Every year, award-winners are selected based on various evaluation criteria, including design innovation and functionality, divided into product design, brand and communication design, and design concepts. An award ceremony will be held in October at the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore.

“Avikus NeuBoat, the world’s first Autonomy/ADAS product for boats, continues to set the standard for autonomy technology in the industry,” said Lim Dohyeong, CEO of Avikus. “Earlier this year, it was honored with a CES Innovation Award, and now it has received the prestigious Red Dot Award. Boat ADAS enhances the boating experience for both beginners and seasoned enthusiasts, and it is expected to become the industry standard in the near future.”

For more information about Avikus visit avikus.ai.

About AVIKUS:
AVIKUS, a startup specialized in autonomous navigation solutions, was established in December 2020 by HD Hyundai, the world’s No. 1 shipbuilder. The company’s accolades include the successful completion of an autonomous operation demonstration of 12-seater cruise ship over the 10km Pohang Canal for 40 minutes without human intervention, as well as the world’s first autonomous navigation cross the ocean with their HiNAS (Hyundai Intelligent Navigation Assistant System) Control AVIKUS presented its autonomous navigation technology at CES2022, and recently announced the successful completion of phase 2 of its autonomous navigation solution, HiNAS Control, in conjunction with winning the orders of 23 large ships from two of the world’s major ship builders.

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