There are approximately 40,000 fatalities and millions of injuries on U.S. roads every year. We need to make transportation safer. We need new solutions to save lives and keep people safe. That’s why we’re building self-driving technology.
At Aurora, we’re using a safety case-based approach, an industry-first, evidence-supported argument for how we’ll demonstrate that our autonomous trucks and passenger vehicles are acceptably safe for public roads. We think it’s crucial to show our roadmap for safe development and deployment, not just within our industry, but to the public. Watch this video to understand what we’re building and how we’re doing it safely.
To learn more about our #SafetyCaseFramework, visit: safetycaseframework.aurora.tech
Aurora discusses how it trains autonomous vehicles to safely share the road with law enforcement and first responders.
Gary, from Aurora, helps define how Aurora's driverless vehicles will safely and responsibly interact with officers on the road.
Aurora explains how it plans to deliver on the promise of autonomous trucking with its Aurora Horizon solution.
Aurora shows how it is training the Aurora Driver to both detect and safely respond to vulnerable road users (VRUs).
Aurora Vice President of Safety Nat Beuse and Dr. Jeff Runge discuss the importance of strong organisational safety systems and frameworks.
Aurora shares an update on the fourth beta version of its flagship product, the Aurora Driver, featuring new capabilities and improvements.
In a Q1 business review call, Aurora reflects on the progress it's made toward commercializing its self-driving products.
Aurora introduce Lightbox, a new visualization application that would allows autonomy engineers to move 10x faster.
At Aurora, we strongly believe that safety must be at the core of autonomous vehicle development and deployment.
Aurora previews a suite of tools to enable fleet managers to unlock the potential of their fleets when augmented with Aurora Driver-powered vehicles.
Aurora invested in common components, a modular design, and rigorous testing to create a transferable hardware kit suitable for an array of vehicles.
Aurora is building a product that will save lives, increase access to transportation, and bring much-needed relief and support to supply chains.
Aurora works with savvy, influential partners throughout the value chain to design, refine, iterate, deliver, and scale its trucking product: Aurora Horizon
Aurora have announced a pilot with Uber Freight to move freight in Texas and to explore integrating access to Uber Freight’s network within Aurora Horizon.
The Aurora Driver, now in beta, features cutting-edge hardware and fresh capabilities in its Texas commercial pilot.
The Aurora Industry Advisory Council is a group of advisors made up of transportation and logistics visionaries, academics, and government leaders.
Meet our subscription services that will transform the movement of goods and people with the Aurora Driver.
Condensed into a modular automotive-grade rack and a new powerhouse computer, Fusion feeds the Aurora Driver higher-resolution data even faster.
Thanks to this “common core” of its product, Aurora's ride-hailing business is already spring-loaded to launch in 2024.
Aurora is excited to announce our latest milestone: a long-term, global, and strategic collaboration with Toyota and Denso.
PACCAR and Aurora have signed a global, strategic agreement of partnership to develop, test and commercialise autonomous Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks.
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