Autonomous vehicle startup Aurora launches safety framework for self-driving vehicles

Policy & Regulation

Aurora hopes to commercialise its self-driving system in heavy-duty trucks in late 2023, in collaboration with partners PACCAR and Volvo Group.

Aurora, the Silicon Valley self-driving startup founded by former Tesla, Uber, and Google executives, has released what it claims is the industry's first tool for evaluating whether and when autonomous trucks and cars are safe to deploy on public roads without a human behind the wheel, according to an official press release dated 18 August.

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