• Nieuwsbrief

14 08 2018 02

After raising $35 million to develop driverless car technology and a strategy to build a fleet of shared vehicles, UK startup FiveAI is announcing its first on-street trial: a service aimed at commuters in the London outer boroughs of Bromley and Croydon. Projected to begin in late 2019, it will kick off first with a 10-month “data gathering” exercise, which will see five FiveAI vehicles, with drivers, collect information about road conditions, the movement of pedestrians and various vehicles, and other variables to help train its AI platform.

The new trial will be the first on-street effort from the UK startup, which has up to now been testing its technology primarily in Bedfordshire, at automotive testing centre Milbrook Proving Ground, according to Ben Peters, FiveAI’s VP of product who is also a co-founder of the company (alongside Stan Boland, Steve Allpress, John Redford and Simon Walker).

The news of the London trial comes as TechCrunch has learned that FiveAI is also in the process of raising a new round of funding.

Read more

Tags: Mobility

Overig nieuws

Publicaties 249x249 VACATURES 249x249
Leden 249x249  CURSUS AANBOD 249x249

AutomotiveNL - Twitter

S5 Box