STRADVISION Becomes Newest Member of CLEPA

STRADVISION Becomes Newest Member of CLEPA 

CLEPA membership will benefit STRADVISION’s ability to contribute further to the European automotive landscape.

 STRADVISION, an automotive industry provider of deep learning-based vision perception technology, has announced its new membership to CLEPA, the European Association of Automotive Suppliers.

Fellow CLEPA members include more than 100 of the world’s most prominent car parts, systems, and modules suppliers and more than 20 national trade associations and European sector associations.

The membership recognizes STRADVISION’s ongoing commitment and contributions within the advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automotive perception fields. It allows the company to contribute to the European automotive industry. As a CLEPA member, STRADVISION will join alongside many of Europe and the world’s foremost experts in contributing opinions and insight on the industry’s many opportunities and issues.

“Our goals as both a perception tech company and automotive industry contributor have continued to grow across Europe, exemplified by our two German office openings and elsewhere globally,” said STRADVISION USA CEO Sunny Lee. “We are thrilled to have been accepted as the newest member of CLEPA, which is the leading voice of the EU automotive supplier industry and is a driver of innovation and regulation throughout the automotive industry. Our team looks forward to connecting further with European peers and joining more discussions shaping the future of safety and innovation in the automotive industry.”

STRADVISION’s CLEPA membership follows the company’s recent increased footprint in the German market, which includes joining the VDA (Germany Association of the Automotive Industry). It also continues STRADVISION’s global expansion and milestones over the past year, including a workforce increase of 69.2% YoY and Series C funding of $88 million ($129 million cumulative funding to date).

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