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Empowering the world with AI drivers

AutoX is defining the future of Location Based Services with our industry- leading camera-first autonomous driving technology. We are making self-driving vehicles that are reliable, affordable, and above all, accessible to as many people as possible.

Our world-class experts in perception, planning, and controls have already completed our first level 4 autonomous deliveries. We will continue to lead this driverless revolution with the same passion and dedication that brought us so quickly to where we are today.

For more information, please check our website: autox.ai and the links down below.

businessinsider.com/autox-launches-first-self-driving-car-grocery-delivery-an…
nytimes.com/aponline/2018/09/04/us/ap-us-spe-cars-not-so-autonomous-grocery-d…
techcrunch.com/2018/08/27/autox-is-using-its-self-driving-vehicles-to-deliver…
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Camera Tuning Software Engineer

Decision Software Engineer

Prediction Software Engineer

Software Engineer - Perception (C++)

Control Software Engineer

Lead Software Engineer

Software Engineer - Systems and Tools (C++)

Software Engineer - Web Full Stack

Embedded Software Engineer

Motion Planning Software Engineer

Latest Stories and News

Everyone hates California's self-driving car reports

  • The Verge
  • 3 months ago

California's Department of Motor Vehicles released the latest batch of reports from companies that are testing self-driving vehicles in the state.

The reports offer the public its best glimpse into the slow and often-opaque process of testing autonomous vehicles on public roads.

Everyone hates California's self-driving car reports

Cruise can now transport passengers in self-driving cars in CA

  • TechCrunch
  • 3 months ago
  • Cruise recently received a permit to transport passengers in its autonomous vehicles in California. Granted by the California Public Utilities Commission, the permit is part of the state’s Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service pilot.
  • As part of the program, Cruise must provide data and reports to the CPUC regarding any incidents, the number of passenger miles traveled and passenger safety protocols.
  • Cruise must also have a safety driver behind the wheel and not charge passengers for rides.
  • Cruise is now one of five self-driving companies allowed to participate in this program. The others are Zoox, Waymo, Pony.ai, Aurora and AutoX.
Cruise can now transport passengers in self-driving cars in CA

Self-driving startup AutoX raises USD 100 million from investors including Alibaba

  • Kr-asia
  • 8 months ago

Hong Kong-based startup AutoX said on Monday that it has closed its Series A financing round, bagging USD 100 million, according to a press release. State-owned Dongfeng Motor, one of China’s largest automakers, led the round, while a fund under Alibaba and Silicon Valley-based incubator Plug and Play’s China fund both joined.

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, a public company set up by the Hong Kong government in 2001 to foster the development of innovation and technology, also participated in the funding. AutoX, which was founded in 2016 in Silicon Valley by Xiao Jianxiong, a former Princeton University assistant professor, added that it has also gained investors from Southeast Asia in this round, but did not deliberate on the matter.

New funds will be used to build its autonomous driving fleet and to add new members to its technical team.

Self-driving startup AutoX raises USD 100 million from investors including Alibaba
Founder & CEO at AutoX, Founding Director of Princeton Vision and Robotics Lab, Professor at Princeton University, PhD at MIT CSAIL
Total raised

$160.4M

Funded over

4 rounds

Latest round

Series A (Sep 2019)