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Nuro is a company developing self-driving vehicles. It offers a self-driving on-road car which is designed for local goods transportation.

TypePrivate
Founded2016
HQMountain View, US
Websitenuro.ai

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)580(+2%)
Job Openings68
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Nuro

Mike Hanuschik

Mike Hanuschik

Founder
Dave Ferguson

Dave Ferguson

Co-Founder
Jiajun Zhu

Jiajun Zhu

Co-Founder
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Nuro Office Locations

Nuro has offices in Mountain View and Scottsdale
Scottsdale, US
7770 E McDowell Rd
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Nuro Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

Nuro total Funding

$1.5 b

Nuro latest funding size

$500 m

Time since last funding

19 days ago

Nuro investors

Nuro's latest funding round in November 2020 was reported to be $500 m. In total, Nuro has raised $1.5 b. Nuro's latest valuation is reported to be $5 b.
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Nuro Revenue

Market valuation

5.0b
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Nuro Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

93/100

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Nuro Online and Social Media Presence

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Nuro News and Updates

Self-Driving Delivery Startup Nuro Raises $500 Million In Latest Funding

The California Department of Motor Vehicles in August issued Nuro a permit to test two R2s on certain roads in parts of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties in the Bay Area. They can run at a maximum speed of 25 miles per hour and only in fair weather where the speed limit is 35 mph or lower.

CVS, Nuro to test driverless prescription delivery in Houston area

CVS Health Corp and unmanned vehicle delivery Nuro in June will start testing a service that drops prescriptions and other essentials free of charge to some customers in the Houston area, the companies said on Thursday.

California Permits Nuro To Test Driverless Delivery In Bay Area After Stay-At-Home Order Ends

The permit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles enables Nuro to run two R2s on certain roads in parts of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties in the Bay Area at a maximum speed of 25 mph and only in fair weather

Silicon Valley startup Nuro becomes first company to receive self-driving vehicle exemption from U.S. Department of Transportation

Autonomous vehicle delivery company Nuro Inc. has become the first company to be given an exemption from the federal government to operate its cars, it was reported Thursday. The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration granted the Mountain View-based…

Nuro Claims A Self-Driving First: U.S. Approval To Deploy Toaster-Styled Delivery Bots

The tech startup created by two former Google engineers will deploy battery-powered R2 driverless delivery vehicles on public streets–little vans without steering wheels, pedals or side-mirrors

Walmart partners with self-driving startup Nuro to test autonomous grocery delivery in Houston

Walmart this morning announced a new pilot program that will test autonomous grocery delivery in the Houston market starting next year. The retailer is partnering with autonomous vehicle company Nuro, a robotics company that uses driverless technology to deliver goods to customers. Nuro’s vehicles i…
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Nuro Blogs

Nuro’s New Funding Round

Nuro’s R2 vehicleNuro was founded a little over 4 years ago with the mission of accelerating the benefits of robotics for everyday life.Today, we are excited to announce a new $500 million Series C funding round, led by funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., with participation…

R2 on the Road

Earlier this year, our self-driving delivery robot R2 became the first autonomous vehicle to receive an approved exemption from the US Department of Transportation. R2 then became the second autonomous vehicle to receive a driverless testing permit in California. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we s…

A More Prosperous, Safe, and Sustainable Society

New report shows economic, social, and environmental impacts of self-driving delivery services at scale.When we started Nuro 4 years ago, we anticipated that self-driving delivery would give us back time, improve road safety, and even provide affordable access to fresh food for people living in food…

Delivering Where It Matters: Why I’m Joining Nuro’s Policy Team

I was born and raised in the Central Valley of California, the region that produces most of the Golden State’s agriculture, but is often overshadowed by its more glamorous neighbors to the north and south. I’m proud of my roots: my grandma was a line worker at an olive canning facility, my grandfath…

Serving America’s Food Deserts

If you live at the intersection of Holman and St. Charles Streets in Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood, you’re just around the corner from iconic landmarks like Emancipation Park, built for Juneteenth celebrations in 1872, and the El Dorado ballroom, the historic heart of Houston’s blues scene. This…

A Note From Our Founders

George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Christian Cooper. Behind those names are millions of people across America who suffer everyday indignities and insults, large and small, for no reason other than the color of their skin.We wish to take a solemn moment to honor our fellow Black Americans h…
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Nuro Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Nuro founded?

    Nuro was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Nuro key executives?

    Nuro's key executives are Mike Hanuschik, Dave Ferguson and Jiajun Zhu.

  • How many employees does Nuro have?

    Nuro has 580 employees.

  • Who are Nuro competitors?

    Competitors of Nuro include Apex.AI, Aurora and Argo AI.

  • Where are Nuro offices?

    Nuro has offices in Mountain View and Scottsdale.

  • How many offices does Nuro have?

    Nuro has 2 offices.