Teamwork

We’re building the world’s best autonomous vehicle network to safely connect people to the places, things, and experiences they care about.

WE ARE LEADING THE WAY

Safety design and operational requirements in compliance with federal, state and local regulations are our focus as we design our level 4 and level 5 cars for deployment.

Today’s test vehicles have a complementary array of sensors so that the vehicle can navigate complex city streets intelligently and with a 360-degree view of the world around it. Each car alone has 10 cameras that take pictures at 10 frames per second. The car sees more of its environment at once than a human driver can, and therefore can respond more quickly and safely.

Vehicle with sensor labels

Our sensors allow for comprehensive data collection across traffic, road maintenance and environmental factors. Our cars can adapt to various real-life road situations and especially those that are usually unanticipated by human drivers.

We have a sophisticated simulations team that tests real-world scenarios in zero-consequence, off-road environments. This means that we can simulate the most horrific traffic accidents and unexpected road experiences to train our cars to respond.

AV on the road next to other vehicles and a biker

Our sensors allow for comprehensive data collection across traffic, road maintenance and environmental factors. Our cars can adapt to various real-life road situations and especially those that are usually unanticipated by human drivers.

We have a sophisticated simulations team that tests real-world scenarios in zero-consequence, off-road environments. This means that we can simulate the most horrific traffic accidents and unexpected road experiences to train our cars to respond.

Our 100% EV Bolt fleet is designed with fully-integrated hardware and software to account for operational capabilities and safety redundancies, such that the operator behind the wheel can take control of the vehicle throughout development and testing.

Various car manufacturing pictures
Cruise Automation and GM

Cruise was founded in 2013 in San Francisco, CA, but our roots can be traced back to the work and vision for the future set by our founders years earlier. What began as a passion for solving the most difficult engineering problems transformed into developing the most advanced self-driving technology for the greater good. We entered Y Combinator in 2014 to shape our vision and develop a plan to build vehicles that are completely driverless. In 2016, we teamed up with General Motors (GM) to help scale our vision to build the world’s largest fleet of self-driving cars, and we haven’t looked back.

Various car manufacturing pictures
Backseats

At the end of the day, you’re not being driven by robots.

you’re being driven by us.