It’s been well over 25 years since Carnegie Mellon’s iconic 3000-mile autonomous cross-country drive, and over a decade since Carnegie Mellon’s historical victory in the DARPA Urban Challenge. Yet, the reality of self-driving cars remains out of reach.
We believe in an alternate, more level-headed incremental approach in reaching the fully autonomous future of ground transportation, and we have the experience, expertise, and the best talent to achieve it. With roots in Carnegie Mellon’s National Robotics Engineering Center and over 100 years of collective autonomy and robotics experience, our founding team has deployed more than 50 AV systems. We’ve seen it all and we have the type of expertise only decades of trial-and-error can teach.