A world where cars think for themselves.
We're developing the next generation of autonomous vehicles - creating the software that makes them go. Using the latest in computer vision and machine learning, our systems learn from their environment and share experiences with each other, so that they're getting smarter all the time.
Where am I?
The world is always changing. The system uses cameras and lasers to precisely pinpoint itself on a map, no matter the weather and lighting conditions - localising without using GPS.
What's around me?
The system uses a complement of sensors and algorithms to identify and track pedestrians, cars and other obstacles in the environment.
What do I do next?
Knowing where it is and what's around it, the system calculates a safe and efficient route to transport you to your destination.
The Geni is our development platform vehicle that allows us to prototype and test new algorithms. It runs our autonomous operating system, Selenium, navigating its way through the environment using a combination of cameras and lasers.Watch the video
The GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) project is an £8million research project to develop and investigate the use, perception and acceptance of fully automated vehicles in the UK. Using a combination of sensors, cameras, lasers and software from Oxbotica, the vehicles safely navigate their way around Greenwich.Watch the video
The first UK public trials of autonomous vehicles in pedestrianised areas, held in Milton Keynes, are the first stages of a fleet of autonomous pods that will run between the train station and the city at large.Watch the video