Cruise Automation (acq by GM)

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2021
1 Nov 2021

ZF - tier 1 automotive supplier pushing robot shuttles

Cruise, a subsidiary of GM, is developing a ground-up autonomous shuttle. They have the added benefit of over 1 million miles of on-road autonomous testing, combined with GM's manufacturing capabilities.
16 Aug 2021

Aurora

Cruise has superior disengagement performance (28,520 miles), operates in similar areas in the US, has the same driverless testing license in California and is backed by automotive OEM giant, General Motors. Cruise is planning a vertically integrated platform called the "Origin" which might prove beneficial compared to retrofitting commercially available passenger vehicles.
2 Aug 2021

WeRide

Cruise has superior disengagement performance (28,520 miles), operates in similar areas in the US, has the same driverless testing license in California and is backed by automotive OEM giant, General Motors. Cruise is planning a vertically integrated platform called the "Origin" which might prove beneficial compared to retrofitting commercially available passenger vehicles.
29 Jul 2021

Pony.ai

Cruise has superior disengagement performance (28,520 miles), operates in similar areas in the US, has the same driverless testing license in California and is backed by automotive OEM giant, General Motors. Cruise is planning a vertically integrated platform called the "Origin" which might prove beneficial compared to retrofitting commercially available passenger vehicles.
28 Jul 2021

AutoX

Cruise has superior disengagement performance (28,520 miles compared to AutoX's 20,367), operates in similar areas, has the same driverless testing license in California and is backed by automotive OEM giant, General Motors. Cruise is planning a vertically integrated platform called the "Origin" which might prove beneficial compared to retrofitting commercially available passenger vehicles.
26 Jul 2021

Baidu

Waymo is Cruise's biggest rival. Also based in California and backed by Google. Waymo is also slightly ahead of Cruise in terms of disengagement performance with an average of 29,945 miles between disengagements in 2020.
20 Jul 2021

Cruise

Cruise (part of General Motors) is one of the leaders in autonomous testing.
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29 Jun 2021

Waymo

Cruise is arguably Waymo's most serious opposition. Cruise shows similar disengagement performance (28,520 miles compared to Waymo's 29,945 miles), operates in similar areas, has the same driverless testing license in California and is backed by automotive OEM giant, General Motors. Cruise is planning a vertically integrated platform called the "Origin" which might prove beneficial compared to retrofitting commercially available passenger vehicles.