Developing autonomous
driving systems

  • 2024 Our autonomous system drives
    transportation in Poland
    and other parts of the world.
    Join us

    Being technology enthusiasts, we strive to develop an autonomous system to drive the transportation of the future: driverless, safe, and available when needed. With a team of experienced engineers, we are confident this vision will become reality.

  • 2020 Testing on vehicles

    We are already testing our system on a real vehicle on our premises. It was designed and customized to enable the development of autonomous technologies. We are testing various sensors, performing data fusion, and preparing the vehicle for autonomous driving.

  • 2019 Simulation, Machine Learning

    Before the vehicle can drive itself, it needs to be equipped with senses so that is sees what is going on around it and knows where it is located. The elements enabling these senses are localization and mapping, together often referred to as SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping). Our team has developed a simulation environment allowing us to test different algorithms and data analysis techniques so that we can safely prepare for the next step, i.e. real-world testing on a research platform that is also a real microbus.

  • 2018 Vision

    How did it all start? Check out our vision as explained by the company founder, Jarosław Czaja.

Being technology enthusiasts, we strive to develop an autonomous system to drive the transportation of the future: driverless, safe, and available when needed. With a team of experienced engineers, we are confident this vision will become reality.

We are already testing our system on a real vehicle on our premises. It was designed and customized to enable the development of autonomous technologies. We are testing various sensors, performing data fusion, and preparing the vehicle for autonomous driving.

Before the vehicle can drive itself, it needs to be equipped with senses so that is sees what is going on around it and knows where it is located. The elements enabling these senses are localization and mapping, together often referred to as SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping). Our team has developed a simulation environment allowing us to test different algorithms and data analysis techniques so that we can safely prepare for the next step, i.e. real-world testing on a research platform that is also a real microbus.

How did it all start? Check out our vision as explained by the company founder, Jarosław Czaja.