Kodiak Robotics was founded in 2018 by a group of industry veterans who helped put self-driving vehicles on the road. We are now applying that experience to bring driverless trucks to the road. We were there when it all started, and we are here to see it through.
We believe self-driving trucks will be the first economically-viable autonomous vehicles on the road, and we are working hard to make this vision a reality. Self-driving trucks will improve safety, enhance truck driver quality of life, increase efficiency, reduce congestion and emissions, and create jobs across the economy.
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Veniam's technology is currently under deployment in the world’s largest mesh-connected fleet. Five years in development, Veniam offers robust and cost-effective ways of providing in-vehicle internet access and seamless connectivity to cars or fleets. Their networking platforms are designed to overcome urban dead zones, switch automatically to cost-effective wifi, and expand the vehicle's communication range through the self-organized vehicular mesh -- all while on the move.
EasyMile is a high-tech startup specialized in providing both software powering autonomous vehicles and the last mile smart mobility solutions.The company is headquartered in Toulouse (France) with offices in Singapore and Denver (USA). It also operates through value added resellers notably in Japan and the Middle East.EasyMile, with its workforce of 70 passionate employees, is a privately held company that is currently growing organically at a sustained pace.
Phantom Auto's teleoperation software enables trained humans to remotely operate any autonomous vehicle (AV) from up to thousands of miles away when the AV cannot drive autonomously, allowing for the safe testing and deployment of AVs. Phantom is working with customers in the US and throughout the world with the following vehicle types: passenger vehicles, trucks, shuttles, industrial vehicles, and delivery robots. Phantom Auto's vehicle-agnostic teleoperation platform includes low latency vehicle communication software, an API for real-time driving, guidance, and assistance, and remote operator training services. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has an R&D center in Tel Aviv, Israel.