TechNet Announces Two New Autonomous Vehicle Companies as Members
Washington, D.C. — TechNet, the national, bipartisan network of innovation economy CEOs and senior executives, today announced the addition of two new members, Zoox and Cruise. These additions bolster TechNet’s Autonomous Vehicle (AV) working group and its leadership in the autonomous vehicle space.
“TechNet is excited to welcome Zoox and Cruise to our membership. These two companies are at the forefront of autonomous vehicle technology and work to connect people to places and experiences. TechNet is proud to be the industry leader in developing and enacting sound autonomous vehicle policy at the federal and 50-state level. Zoox and Cruise join TechNet’s other AV members, including Argo AI, Aurora, General Motors, and Waymo. We look forward to working with these dynamic companies to make transportation safer and provide people of all abilities the freedom they deserve,” said Linda Moore, President and CEO.
About TechNet’s new members:
Zoox: Based in Foster City, CA, Zoox is reinventing personal transportation—making the future safer, cleaner, and more enjoyable for everyone. Its vision for mobility goes beyond the vehicle itself to include a comprehensive and cohesive autonomous mobility platform, including charging and maintenance infrastructure and fleet management tools, in addition to vehicle software and hardware. This full-stack approach enables a more comprehensive, rider-focused deployment of the Zoox vision for urban mobility. Zoox is an independent subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc.
Cruise: Founded and headquartered in San Francisco, Cruise's goal is to drive change by building the world's most advanced self-driving, all-electric, shared vehicles that safely connect people to the places, things, and experiences they care about. To learn more, visit getcruise.com.