May Mobility might be operating low-speed self-driving shuttles in three U.S. metropolitans, but its benefactors don’t belief this as precisely another startup racing to deploy autonomous vehicle technology.
They describe the Ann Arbor-based company as a transportation “providers “. As May Moblility’s co-founder and COO Alisyn Malek told TechCrunch, they’re in the” business of moving parties .” Autonomous vehicle engineering is just the” killer aspect” to help them do that.
TechCrunch recently devoted the working day with May Mobility in Detroit, where it first propelled, to get a closer look at its operations, learn where it might be pate next and why business in the industry are starting to back off previously ambitious timelines.
Malek will elaborate further on what sells are most pleading to May Mobility while on stage at TC Sessions: Mobility on July 10 in San Jose. Malek will join Lia Theodosiou-Pisanelli, head of partner product and programs at Aurora, to talk about what make constitutes the most sense for autonomous vehicle technology.
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