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Comma is a developer and marketer of a self-driving kit that allows the car to run automatically. The company's goal is to show that making driverless vehicles could be done relatively cheaply using off-the-shelf components and existing vehicles.

HQSan Diego, CA, US
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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)12(+10%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore Office Locations has an office in San Diego
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2015 total Funding

$8.1 m latest funding size

$5 m

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3 years ago investors's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $5 m. In total, has raised $8.1 m
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Working with comma: A Guide for Car Companies

After Consumer Reports tested our product, we’ve seen a big uptick in reach outs from car companies. Some have understood us better than others.Our mission is to solve self driving cars while delivering shippable intermediaries, and we are very focused on this mission. By solve self driving cars, we…

Understanding the openpilot Safety Model

We’ve been seeing questions about if modifications to openpilot violate our safety model or not. The safety model has three main principles. The driver must always be paying attention. The driver must always be capable of immediately retaking manual control of the vehicle. The vehicle must not alter…

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I’ve seen several very sketchy experiments around lately where people are controlling the steering of cars in unsafe ways. Let me break down a few of these ways, and discuss concerns. This is not safety advice, this is educational background info. If you do not understand what you are doing, don’t d…

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So I sat down to write part 2, and at first it was exactly what you’d expect. Copying and pasting the titles, “Don’t hand engineer feature spaces”, “Really, your hand engineered feature space won’t work”, “If you need a map for safety, you will fail”, “Level 4 or bust is stupid” etc.But then I reali…

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If you are reading this, it’s probably because you got an alert that looks like the one below.This means that your EON isn’t reading CAN data from the stock camera. Technically, this is an acceptable configuration: openpilot detects if the stock camera is disconnected and, if so, generates all the C…
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  • When was founded? was founded in 2015.

  • How many employees does have? has 12 employees.

  • Who are competitors?

    Competitors of include, Waymo and Phantom AI.

  • Where are offices? has an office in San Diego.

  • How many offices does have? has 1 office.