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Companies in this market develop the “brains” for autonomous passenger vehicles, including the necessary software and hardware that allow vehicles to perceive their surroundings, localize themselves, and plan accordingly. This market also includes companies developing advanced driver assistance systems as well as “platform agnostic” autonomy solutions — i.e., self-driving stacks that can be used f…
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Equipped with 5 solid-state LiDAR, 8 HDR cameras, GNSS and other sensors and synchronization controllers, Driver 2.0 costs within $10,000 and can execute complex driving commands in specific areas. The system encompasses sensor solution, environment perception, plan and control, simulation system and cloud platform, and more autonomous capabilities. The system has multiple layers of safety protection in software and hardware that guarantee the safety and stability of the autonomous vehicle.
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When was Deeproute.ai founded?
Deeproute.ai was founded in 2019.
Where is Deeproute.ai's headquarters?
Deeproute.ai's headquarters is located at Floor 7-8, Building C, Shenzhen-Hong Kong International Science and Technology Park, No. 3 Binlang Road, Futian District, Shenzhen.
What is Deeproute.ai's latest funding round?
Deeproute.ai's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Deeproute.ai raise?
Deeproute.ai raised a total of $350M.
Who are the investors of Deeproute.ai?
Investors of Deeproute.ai include Fosun RZ Capital, Glory Ventures, Yunqi Partners, Alibaba Group, Jeneration Capital and 10 more.
Who are Deeproute.ai's competitors?
Competitors of Deeproute.ai include WeRide and 5 more.
What products does Deeproute.ai offer?
Deeproute.ai's products include Driver 2.0 and 1 more.
Who are Deeproute.ai's customers?
Customers of Deeproute.ai include Dongfeng Motor and CaoCao Mobility .
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