Karl Iagnemma (CEO)|
Emilio Frazzoli (CTO)
|Headquarters||Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|
|Doug Parker (COO)|
|Products||Self-driving cars, automation|
Number of employees
NuTonomy later signed three significant partnerships to develop its technology and service: with Grab, Uber’s rival in Southeast Asia, with Groupe PSA, which is supposed to provide the company with Peugeot 3008 SUVs, and the last one with Lyft to launch a robo-taxi service in Boston.
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