COSY

Cognitive Operational Systems, LLC (COSY) is a spinoff of Penn's GRASP Laboratory. The company focuses on leveraging University research for enabling industry solutions in computer vision, perception, and artificial intelligence. COSY’s “beacon-free” technology provides indoor localization and turn-by-turn navigation in environments with no GPS — like indoors. This back-end technology can be used to enable augmented reality interfaces, audio-based navigation aids for the blind, and even mobile robots. The team is a graduate of the National Science Foundation's I-Corps program, a 6-week incubator for university spinoff companies utilizing research with National Science Foundation lineage.  The company was founded by Jonas Cleveland and his then graduate advisor, Kostas Daniilidis.

leveraging University research for enabling industry solutions
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