AutonomouStuff’s state-of-the-art research vehicles are testing autonomous driving software in downtown Peoria, Illinois. The integration of that software into AutonomouStuff’s automated research development vehicles creates an ideal platform for customers to accelerate their work on autonomous driving technology.
By testing and equipping vehicle platforms with autonomous driving software that is capable of operating on public roads, AutonomouStuff enables engineering teams to immediately begin testing their technology in complex, real-world driving conditions.
AutonomouStuff validated the software in a simulated environment, which was created from data collected on the Peoria driving route, before initiating on-road tests. The simulation also is available to customers, providing a complete autonomous driving development workflow.
Supported Autonomous Vehicle Functions
Simulation at Scale
VP of Products & Services, John Buszek, talks about AutonomouStuff’s Open Autonomy Pilot program and how it will help push autonomy forward.
Demonstration of the Open Autonomy Pilot Loop.