Hayden AI Selected by Toyota Mobility Foundation as a Semi-Finalists for Tomorrow Challenge!

Updated: Sep 3, 2020

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., August 20, 2020 -- Hayden AI Technologies, Inc., (“Hayden AI”) is proud to announce that its artificial intelligence-powered mobile data collection platform for enhancing safety and efficiency in Smart Cities has been selected as a semi-finalist in a major international traffic-planning competition, called the City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH), sponsored by the Toyota Mobility foundation (TMF). 

Hayden AI was one of only four semi-finalists selected from the United States out of more than 90 teams from around the world that submitted what TMF is calling "their innovative, deep tech ideas to reimagine city planning through the effective usage of data."

A total of 16 teams from Australia, Brazil, Germany, India, Malaysia, Netherlands, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the United States picked as semi-finalists will receive up to $5,000 each to now more fully develop their ideas into proofs of concept for further consideration.

"We are pleased to announce this landmark achievement," said Chris Carson, Co-Founder & CEO of Hayden AI. "And we are very excited about being given the opportunity to compete during the semi-finals with our breakthrough AI platform against more than a dozen of the world's most talented mobility and city planning tech teams."

In making the announcement of the semi-finalists, Pras Ganesh, program director of TMF,  praised Hayden AI and the other semi-finalists for their ideas "representing the data-driven future of sustainable and efficient city planning and mobility."

The Challenge began in February 2020 with a global call for "dynamic, intelligent and data-driven solutions to address mobility and city planning challenges" in Kuala Lumpur, which, with an estimated 7.5 million people in its metro area, is Malaysia's largest city and capital.

According to Carson, Hayden AI will work with TMF and its partners, including Kuala Lumpur's City Hall and Malaysia's Digital Economy Corporation, and their data partners, to enhance Hayden's ideas until the selection of finalists in October.

About Hayden AI

California-based Hayden AI Technologies, Inc. has developed an artificial intelligence-powered data collection platform for smart and safe cities to make their traffic flow faster and far more efficiently.  The company is partnering with the world’s most innovative cities to deploy our vision-based mobile solution in a city’s fleet of vehicles to collect real-time data for the enforcement of traffic laws and other data services.

To learn more about Hayden AI, visit www.hayden.ai

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About Toyota Mobility Foundation

The Toyota Mobility Foundation was established in August 2014 to support the development of a more mobile society. The Foundation aims to support strong and equitable mobility systems. It utilizes Toyota's expertise in technology, safety, and the environment, working in partnership with universities, government, non-profit organizations, research institutions and other organizations to address mobility issues around the world. Solutions to date have aimed at resolving urban transportation problems, expanding the utilization of multi-modal mobility, and developing solutions for future generations.

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