Kodiak simply introduced its longest supply run to-date: 5,600 miles from Texas to California to Florida and again to Texas. The route was a part of the kick-off of a partnership with 10 Roads, a freight provider for high-priority USPS parcels.
One in all Kodiak’s benefits is a light-weight course of for constructing freeway maps, that enables Kodiak to map highways for autonomous driving after a single human-driven run. That scalability enabled us to rapidly put together the whole round-trip, coast-to-coast route.
Kodiak CEO Don Burnette shared with TechCrunch that “the autonomous system was engaged over 90% of the time.”
One my present tasks at Kodiak helps to deliver that engagement charge even larger, particularly with respect to development zones. If that sounds thrilling, it is best to be part of us!