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Plus.ai is a Cupertino based company founded by Hao Zheng, David Liu, Shawn Kerrigan, and Tim Daly in the year 2016. Plus.ai is a self-driving trucks company that enables autonomous transport.
A group of Stanford Ph.D. classmates discovered a potential in AI to make a massive impact on the business where they focused on autonomous self-driving technologies for the trucking industries. This firm developed a full-stack self-driving technology for large scale autonomous commercial fleets. Plus.ai received a standalone testing license from California in terms of technological progress. This company collaborated with OEMs to build an independent self-driving truck and operated a fleet of autonomous vehicles in pilot programs with large shipping companies. Plus.ai partnered with massive truck makers FAW Jiefang, a state-owned China's company named, FAW Group Co. Plus.ai partnered with chipmaker Nvidia Corp and used U.S. company technology to operate its trucking fleet. This company launched its first production class, L2 semi-autonomous trucks built on L4 autonomous technology stack with largest truck manufacturers, FAW.
Plus.ai raised $200million in Series B round funding.
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