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Delphi acquires nuTonomy

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Delphi Automotive, high-technology company that integrates safer, greener and more connected solutions for the automotive and transportation sectors, is all set to acquire nuTonomy, an MIT spin-off technology startup company that makes software to build self-driving cars and autonomous mobile robots, for an upfront purchase price of $400 million and earn-outs …

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Lyft partners with nuTonomy bring first self-driving service to Boston

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Lyft has got into a partnership with nuTonomy. nuTonomy is an MIT spin-off, based in Boston and works on autonomous vehicle technology. It is also credited with launching its autonomous taxi service in Singapore. While Lyft is a San Francisco based transportation network company. It is the third major deal Lyft …

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nuTonomy to integrate its self-driving software system into the PEUGEOT 3008 for testing on Singapore roads

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nuTonomy and Groupe PSA have announced a strategic partnership through which nuTonomy will seamlessly integrate its sophisticated software system into customized PEUGEOT 3008 SUVs for on-road testing of fully autonomous cars in Singapore. Under the initial phase of the partnership, nuTonomy will install its software, along with specialized sensors and …

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NuTonomy to test its cars in US

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NuTonomy, a self-Driving car startup based in Cambridge is to begin testing its autonomous vehicles in Boston.The company had launched a commercial self-driving pilot in Singapore in August. It had also forged a partnership with a South East Asian ride hail company Grab. The testing of the cars by the company in …

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nuTonomy & Grab partner to expand on-demand services of self-driving taxis in Singapore

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Published: September 27, 2016 | Singapore nuTonomy and Grab Taxi have entered into a partnership to expand nuTonomy’s ongoing public trial of self-driving cars in Singapore, the first such public trial anywhere in the world. The trial will give select Grab users a chance to experience the full end-to-end experience of …

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nuTonomy launches first driverless taxi on the streets of Singapore

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Published: August 25, 2016 | Singapore After announcing its first self-driving taxi project, nuTonomy has recently launched the first-ever public trial of a robo-taxi service. The trial, which will continue on an on-going basis, is being held within Singapore’s one-north business district, where nuTonomy has been conducting daily autonomous vehicle (AV) testing since …

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Singapore startup nuTonomy partners with LTA for self-driving trials

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Published: August 02, 2016 | Cambridge & Singapore nuTonomy announces partnership with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority to begin trials of an autonomous mobility-on-demand transportation service nuTonomy has entered into a new partnership with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) to begin trials of an autonomous mobility-on-demand transportation service. The partnership will …

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nuTonomy raises $16 million in new round of funding

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Published: May 24, 2016 Self-driving car startup nuTonomy has recently raised $16 million in additional funding with an eye toward launching autonomous taxis in Singapore this autumn. Considering company’s latest project, this funding is surely going to move things at a faster pace. Spun out of the Massachusetts Institute of …

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nuTonomy driverless taxis may be tested on Singapore roads soon

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nuTonomy, a Singapore startup, is planning to launch driverless taxis in Singapore, a move that could serve as a perfect test case for other major cities around the world looking to introduce driverless cars to their streets. Just a few weeks ago, the company landed $3.6 million in funding, which …

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MIT-spin out nuTonomy will bring driverless taxis to Singapore for public transit

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Published: March 24, 2016 | Singapore nuTonomy, a comparatively small MIT spin-out is developing a fleet of driverless taxis to serve as a more convenient form of public transit while helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the densely populated city-state of Singapore. Japan has already revealed plans to bring driverless …

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