The Next Wave of
A New Approach to Self-Driving: AV2.0
Imagine a world where self-driving cars take us to work, pick up our kids from school, bring us our groceries and help our communities turn more car parks into green parks.
For that vision to move forward, self-driving technology has to move forward and become more intelligent.
It has to be able to adapt to new cities, different terrains, and changing conditions. It has to adjust to the unpredictable, the unknown and the never before seen. It has to learn - much like you do - to respond in any situation.
We are Wayve.
Our AV2.0 technology completely rethinks how to solve self-driving by taking a pure machine learning approach. The result is a next generation AV technology that can scale and adapt to any driving condition, anywhere in the world: unlocking the promise of a better way forward.
What Makes AV2.0 Better
The Most Intelligent AV is the Most Adaptable AV
Much like a human driver, our AV technology can learn how to drive in one city and then apply that knowledge to new places it’s never been to. While other AV technologies work only on specific mapped streets or testing areas, our system can go from driving in London to driving in another city without the need to be re-engineered.
AV Hardware Should Not Be All That Hard
Expensive and complex sensor stacks, which often cost more than the car itself, have stalled wider deployment of driverless cars. Wayve is committed to making our AV hardware as accessible, universal, and scalable as possible. This has led us to a camera-first approach with a low unit cost that can be used by any customer fleet, mobility service or vehicle platform.
Intelligence That Gets More Intelligent With Every Drive
Our driving intelligence is built on a Fleet Learning Platform, where it learns to drive with massive-scale driving data. As we drive, we continually improve and compound this rich data curriculum. Not only does our system get smarter as it encounters more difficult driving, but it can also work across a range of use cases from grocery delivery to ride-hail to other forms of transportation.
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...the results are not only fascinating but might also be genuinely innovative.Read full article
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...The result: a self-driving car that could navigate complex new environments in a day.Read full article
Autonomous car teaches itself to drive in less than twenty minutes
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Watch a self-driving car learn to navigate narrow European streets like a human driver
Wayve claims their autonomous vehicle learns to drive through mistakes and imitation.Read full article
Wayve chooses Microsoft Azure to scale AI-based autonomous driving technology
“Microsoft is working with Wayve to help it develop advanced technology"Read full article
Cambridge start-up Wayve to become one of Britain's best-funded driverless car ventures in $20m deal
One of Britain’s most promising self-driving car startups is close to securing tens of millions in fundingRead full article
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We are often told we are incredibly ambitious. We embrace solving the hardest challenges first, and are willing to try new solutions that will propel the world forward.
To reimagine mobility for everyone, everywhere, we need a diverse, brave, intelligent, collaborative, open-minded team that is courageous enough to challenge the status quo.
Join us for a challenge like none other.