Pony.ai, an autonomous driving company co-located in the Silicon Valley, Beijing, and Guangzhou, is undergoing business adjustments.
As autonomous driving becomes more popular and easy to use, first-tier cities in China such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen are striving to secure leading companies to settle in with supporting policies.
Autonomous driving startup Pony.ai announced on October 12 that it has reached a comprehensive strategic cooperation agreement with lidar firm RoboSense. The two sides will carry out in-depth collaboration in the fields of autonomous driving and intelligent transportation.
On September 27, Chinese self-driving startup Pony.ai announced that it had reached a working agreement with the SAIC AI LAB to explore fields such as the R&D of self-driving technology and the implementation of Robotaxi operation services.
On September 21, Caocao Mobility, a Geely-backed online ride-hailing platform, announced a new strategic cooperation involving Geely's Smart Driving Center and autonomous driving startup Pony.ai.
Pony.ai, an autonomous driving company, has issued an internal letter stating that Qingtian Truck is suspected of infringing trade secrets. Pony.ai is therefore suing Qingtian Truck, and its principal leaders are going to court.
Pony.ai, an autonomous driving company, announced on August 2 that it has reached a cooperation agreement with Chinese online ride-hailing platform Caocao Mobility, whereby the two sides will jointly promote the large-scale application of urban robotaxi services.
Autonomous driving technology company Pony.ai announced a strategic joint venture on July 28 with SANY Heavy Truck, a subsidiary of Chinese heavy equipment manufacturer SANY Heavy Industry.
On July 20, the Beijing High-level Automated Driving Demonstration Area opened its first commercialization pilot of unmanned travel service in China. Baidu and Pony.ai are the first licensed enterprises to operate within the area.
At the GAC Tech Day 2022 held in Guangzhou on Tuesday, autonomous driving startup ONTIME publicly demonstrated the operation technology platform of its Robotaxi for the first time.
Automated driving technology company Pony.ai announced on Wednesday that it had delivered samples of the automated driving controller based on NVIDIA's DRIVE Hyperion computing architecture and DRIVE Orin SoC to customers.
Pony.ai had received a notice from the DMV, saying it would revoke its test permit in California because of the driving records of three specific safety officers.
ONTIME, also known as Ruqi Mobility, announced its completion of an A round of financing totaling over 1 billion yuan, led by GAC Group and followed up by Pony.ai, WeRide, SPARX, Pilgrim Partners Asia and other investment institutions.
The NHTSA said on Tuesday that it will review whether autonomous driving startup Pony.ai has complied with the government's reporting requirements for unmanned vehicle traffic accidents.
In last week’s venture capital news, Carl Pei’s startup Nothing attracted a new capital injection, raising $70 million in its Series B funding round, and more.
The United States' NHTSA said on Tuesday that robotaxi startup Pony.ai has agreed to recall some versions of its autonomous driving software due to an accident last year.
On Monday, autonomous driving startup Pony.ai announced the initial closing of its Series D funding round, reaching an overall valuation of $8.5 billion.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) released a 2021 annual report on Wednesday, summarizing feedback reported during local testing of autonomous driving technology.
Chinese self-driving startup Pony.ai has voluntarily suspended the testing of autonomous vehicles in California after a minor collision during daily tests.
Pony.ai announced on Monday that its truck brand PonyTron has successfully completed automated driving of trucks on the Beijing–Taipei Expressway on December 5, and has now kicked off the normal automated driving test.