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Cyngn Granted 19th US Patent for its AI-Powered Autonomous Vehicle Technologies

Cyngn has been granted 16 patents in 2023, bringing the total US patents granted to 19

Cyngn Inc., a developer of AI-powered autonomous driving solutions for industrial applications, announced the issuance of a new patent, US-11,851,074-B2, for the Company’s autonomous vehicle (AV) and driving solutions. This new patent of System and Methods of Large-Scale Autonomous Driving Validation provides expanded safety features in identifying problems arising from AV driving operations and generating a notification message regarding the problem.

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“I am pleased with the remarkable progress and pace of innovation our technology team has achieved as this latest patent expands our total number of U.S. patents to 19,” said Cyngn’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Lior Tal. “Prior to 2023, we were granted 3 U.S. patents. During the first half of 2023, 7 U.S. patents were granted with the second half of last year securing 9 additional patents. Currently we have an additional 6 U.S. patents and 20 international patents submitted which we anticipate to be granted in the coming years.”

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Cyngn aims to provide its customers with advanced automation via its DriveMod autonomous vehicle solutions that leverage state-of-the-art sensors and AI to produce humanlike driving capabilities across multiple vehicle types without requiring site infrastructure overhauls.

This additional patent comes on the heels of the Company’s announcement of the procurement of patent 18, which protects Cyngn’s novel adaptive traffic rule-based decision making for autonomous driving.

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