Cruise, a subsidiary of General Motors, is a developer of driverless vehicles.
Cruise is developing autonomous technology capable of handling challenging aspects of city driving. Its fleet of Chevrolet Bolt EVs is deployed on busy San Francisco streets testing the future of mobility.
Paris, Ile-de-France 75018
NAVYA is a French company specialized in the conception of electric, autonomous systems. For the past 10 years, NAVYA has been developing complex technological solutions towards sustainable mobility. NAVYA is mobilizing its expertise of intelligent transportation as to answer the societal, economical and sustainable challenges of the 21st century.
Netradyne creates a unique end-to-end IoT solution pushing Deep Learning processing to the edge. Through processing visual and sensory inputs, they are targeting industries where timeliness of actionable data is a key differentiator of performance.
There is a continuing technology movement that is driving rapid improvements in camera technology together with reductions in the cost of sensors, processing, and connectivity. These improvements, along with advancements in deep learning technology, have created a perfect opportunity to deliver vision based solutions across multiple industries.
OSVehicle is a Y Combinator backed company (W16) based in Palo Alto focused on providing B2B solutions for custom self-driving vehicles.
In April 2017 OSVehicle introduced EDIT, the 1st ready to use Self-Driving EV, modular, open & white label. It’s designed and engineered specifically for services. Companies like Uber, Lyft, Amazon, UPS, Domino Pizza can customize EDIT specifications (self-driving hardware stack, connected car, code, vehicle range), look (facelift design, use their brand) with faster time to market (half the time) and lower investments (⅙ the cost).
For extreme customization, since 2015 OSVehicle has been already providing TABBY EVO: a ready-to-use hardware EV platform which enables companies to produce complete custom electric vehicles.
OSVehicle’s platform is the key functional parts of a car – the wheels, chassis, motor, electronics and battery.
Focusing on the 600B USD market of specialty vehicles, OSVehicle’s open source, modular, electric vehicle platform allows new and existing car manufacturers to develop their own models saving up to two years of R&D and millions of dollars in investments. At the same time it is a reference platform for mobility startups to embed and develop their technology on, without having to re-invent the wheel or partner with existing car brands and wait years before deploying their products.
Toposens is a sensor company from Munich providing robust, ultra-low power and low-cost 3D sensors for the Internet of Things, Automotive and Robotics to enterprises. With its patented sensor technology, the company enables other technologies to become intelligent through machine vision.
New York, New York 10018
VectoIQ is an independent investment/advisory firm helping new technology companies in the smart transportation & autonomous vehicle fields.
Menlo Park, California 94025
Zoox is a robotics company pioneering autonomous mobility as-a-service. Zoox is developing a breakthrough, fully automated, electric vehicle fleet and the supporting ecosystem required to bring the service to market at scale.