nuTonomy develops software for autonomous/self-driving passenger vehicles. The Company focuses on developing a complete solution for operating large fleets of autonomous taxis that includes software for autonomous vehicle navigation in urban environments, smartphone-based ride hailing, fleet routing and management, as well as controlling a vehicle remotely through teleoperation.

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Parent CompanyAptiv
HQCambridge, US
nuTonomy was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Cambridge, US

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Key People/Management at nuTonomy

Gretchen Effgen

Gretchen Effgen

VP of Partnerships
Jake Cheuvront

Jake Cheuvront

VP of Software
Karl Iagnemma

Karl Iagnemma

Emilio Frazzoli

Emilio Frazzoli

CTO & Chief Scientist
Doug Parker

Doug Parker

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nuTonomy Office Locations

nuTonomy has offices in Cambridge, Boston, Santa Monica and Singapore
Cambridge, US (HQ)
Cambridge, MA, USA
Boston, US
Boston, MA, USA
Santa Monica, US
Santa Monica, CA, USA
Singapore, SG
77 Ayer Rajah Crescent
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nuTonomy Financials and Metrics

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In total, nuTonomy had raised $19.6 m. nuTonomy is a subsidiary of Aptiv

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nuTonomy News and Updates

Scale and nuTonomy open-source massive AI dataset for self-driving cars

Scale Inc. and Aptiv PLC’s nuTonomy group, two influential players in the autonomous vehicle ecosystem, today open-sourced a massive research dataset designed to aid self-driving car initiatives. Autonomous vehicles rely on artificial intelligence models to make navigation decisions. Those AI model…

Scale and nuTonomy release nuScenes, a self-driving dataset with over 1.4 million images

EXCLUSIVE: Datasets are the lifeblood of machine learning algorithms — they “teach” artificial intelligence (AI) facts about the world, in a manner of speaking. And in domains such as autonomous driving, it’s vitally important they’re of the highest quality. That’s why Scale, a San Francisco-based d…

nuTonomy Receives Permission To Test Its Autonomous Cars Throughout Boston

The city of Boston has given permission to nuTonomy to expand its autonomous car testing program to the entire city, following a short pause after the death of a pedestrian struck by an Uber test car earlier this year.

Look out for more driverless-car testing in Boston

The program is going city-wide.

Can self-driving cars even honk their own horns?

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) will likely change the way we get around forever, but the AI that controls them might not be able to tell other cars on the road when they're driving like assholes.  At least not at first.  SEE ALSO: This interactive map shows where self-driving cars are being tested arou…

Lyft Set To Begin Using nuTonomy Self-Driving Cars In Boston

Lyft is continuing to forge ahead with its nuTonomy partnership with a trial of its self-driving vehicles start soon in Boston. What does this mean for you
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nuTonomy Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was nuTonomy founded?

    nuTonomy was founded in 2013.

  • Who are nuTonomy key executives?

    nuTonomy's key executives are Gretchen Effgen, Jake Cheuvront and Karl Iagnemma.

  • Who are nuTonomy competitors?

    Competitors of nuTonomy include May Mobility, Next Future Transportation and Cruise Automation.

  • Where is nuTonomy headquarters?

    nuTonomy headquarters is located at Cambridge, MA, USA, Cambridge.

  • Where are nuTonomy offices?

    nuTonomy has offices in Cambridge, Boston, Santa Monica and Singapore.

  • How many offices does nuTonomy have?

    nuTonomy has 4 offices.