New subscription-based autonomous software developed for use with any vehicle

Software designed for low-speed autonomous applications including urban passenger transport

New subscription-based autonomous software developed for use with any vehicle

A pioneering autonomous technology company, StreetDrone, is launching the world’s first subscription-based self-driving software solution.

Developed for companies with an interest in low-speed autonomous applications including last-mile deliveries, campus transport, ports and quayside freighting, bus and coach depot movements, car park management, airside support services, urban passenger transport and contactless medicine deliveries.

The pre-compiled software is capable of running on any vehicle.

Mike Potts, StreetDrone’s CEO said, “Enterprise ASLAN is our next step in the mission to bring autonomy in reach of any business for whom autonomous technology might be a game changer in their market.

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“We’ve removed the need for specialist hardware platforms and vehicles and indeed the need to commit to hiring engineers.”

StreetDrone has pioneered a number of industry firsts focused on realising the benefits of autonomous vehicles faster, easier and more safely, including the first trials of an autonomous vehicle using open-source software on the public highway.

StreetDrone is also a founder member of Project ASLAN, the organisation behind the globally renown open-source software stack.

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