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A strong partnership is the foundation of mutual success.

That is why Ottopia is continuously building an ecosystem of partners that enables the deployment of new mobility services across multiple industries. Ottopia’s teleoperation products integrate across a range of areas, from fleet management to chipsets to the vehicles themselves. Together with our world class partners we provide comprehensive solutions that both save lives and save costs for our clients.

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How we work together

Ottopia’s Teleoperation platform has been evaluated by leading automotive players and was recently selected by the BMW Group as a preferred multi SIM teleoperation technology to support autonomous driving services. Over the course of several months, Ottopia’s solution had been put to the test on public roads while using public LTE networks on an autonomous BMW Group vehicle. The test included transferring 360 degrees High Definition video from a moving vehicle to a control center located at the BMW Group´s Autonomous Driving Campus in Unterschleißheim, and measuring multiple performance metrics such as delay and video quality.

Amit Rosenzweig

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Ottopia’s CEO

Many performance metrics have been <span class="orange-text">recorded and analyzed for On-Demand Mobility Services for Autonomous Driving.</span> We are happy that Ottopia’s technology was evaluated by a company that epitomizes quality. It’s been a real pleasure working closely with the BMW Group team.

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The BMW Group, with its 31 production and assembly facilities in 15 countries as well as a global sales network, is the world’s leading manufacturer of premium automobiles and motorcycles, and provider of premium financial and mobility services.

How we work together

Magna has successfully developed and is piloting a novel “last mile” delivery solution for urban environments, powered by Ottopia's teleoperation software. These robots can travel at speeds of up to 20 mph on public streets. The project was launched with a pizza restaurant in the Detroit area in March 2022. Since then, it has delivered hundreds of pizzas to residential and commercial locations. The solution integrates a purpose-built, on-road, lightweight, electric robot; A Magna-developed low-speed autonomous driving system and Delivery software; Ottopia's remote driving and assistance software.

Matteo Del Sorb

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Executive Vice President, Magna International and Global Lead for Magna New Mobility.

Expanding into the growing world of <span class="orange-text">new mobility is a key part of our ‘Go Forward’ strategy</span> that takes Magna beyond its existing technical strength in automotive and vehicle systems, and into entirely new markets and business models.

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Magna is one of the world’s largest suppliers in the automotive space. They are a mobility technology company with a global, entrepreneurial-minded team of over 161,000 employees. Magna has 65+ years of expertise, and a systems approach to design, engineering and manufacturing that touches nearly every aspect of the vehicle. Their global network includes 341 manufacturing operations and 89 product development, engineering and sales centres spanning 28 countries.

How we work together

Deutsche Telekom and Ottopia partnered to commercialize Ottopia’s technology, making it available as a solution for demanding customers such as automotive OEMs, Tier1 suppliers and commercial fleet managers. Ottopia’s patent pending teleoperations technology uses Artificial Intelligence to predict the cellular network and enables resilient and ultra-low latency data transmission when streaming a 360 degrees video from a moving vehicle to a control center. Combined with advanced safety, Ottopia builds and provides algorithms to deal with situations such as sudden connectivity loss, or unexpected hazards on the road. The solution can be utilized immediately to address a multitude of customer use cases. The joint offering by T-Systems and Ottopia provides unparalleled performance, thanks to the combination of Ottopia’s AI-based prediction capabilities and T-Systems’ unique connected vehicle and automotive expertise.

Joachim Klink

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Head of Autonomous Driving & Integrated Mobility

We work with Ottopia because they <span class="orange-text">enable uninterrupted services even under difficult network conditions.</span> For example with the current public LTE networks in remote or hard-to-reach places.

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With locations in more than 20 countries and around 38,000 employees, T-Systems is one of the world’s leading IT service providers and suppliers of digital services. T-Systems supports more than 1,000 clients, including all DAX 30 companies in Germany and 100 of the Fortune 500 companies globally. Their clients come from all regions and sectors, including the automotive industry, retail trade, logistics and transport sector, and healthcare.

How we work together

As an NVIDIA DRIVE® ecosystem partner, and NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) preferred partner, Ottopia has optimized its safe and secure remote teleoperation software on the automotive-grade NVIDIA DRIVE AGX platform, including NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Pegasus™. Ottopia is also compatible with all devices in the NVIDIA® Jetson™ family e.g. Jetson Nano™, Jetson™ TX2, Jetson Xavier™ NX and Jetson AGX Xavier™ series.

Amit Rosenzweig

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Ottopia’s CEO

There are always going to be edge cases that autonomy alone is not equipped to handle. You will always need, and want, a human to be able to intervene. <span class="orange-text">That is why Ottopia’s technology should be integrated with any autonomous system,</span> Ottopia’s software is optimized to efficiently run on the state-of-the-art NVIDIA DRIVE platform, so customers working in autonomous vehicles and autonomous machines can enjoy the benefits of teleoperation, right out of the box.

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Tapping into decades-long experience in high-performance computing, imaging, and AI, NVIDIA has built the software-defined, end-to-end NVIDIA DRIVE platform, enabling continuous improvement and continuous deployment through over the air updates. This open, scalable solution spans from the data center, for training, testing and validation, to the car, with hardware and software for autonomous driving and intelligent cockpit. NVIDIA DRIVE has been adopted by hundreds of partners, from automakers and truck makers to tier 1s and sensor startups to mapping and software companies.

How we work together

Hyundai Mobis and Ottopia work together to introduce an end-to-end remote mobility assistance solution where Ottopia provides all the core software technologies for teleoperation while Hyundai Mobis provides the hardware/software platform and system integration as a global Tier1. This remote assistance platform can be easily deployed at scale in a broad range of use cases to facilitate the rapid commercialization of autonomy in transportation, logistics, construction, mining, agriculture and last mile delivery.

Abdul Khaliq

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Head of Future Mobility Transformation SW

Through our partnership with Ottopia we bring <span class="orange-text">Teleoperation as first of many services</span> to be deployed on the Remote Mobility Assistance platform.

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Hyundai Mobis is the global no. 6 automotive supplier, headquartered in Seoul, Korea. The company's products include various components for electrification, brakes, chassis and suspension, steering, airbags, lighting and automotive electronics. Hyundai Mobis operates R&D headquarter in Korea, with four technology centers in the United States, Germany, China and India.

How we work together

Motional has selected Ottopia, the global leader in teleoperation, to support the deployment of its robotaxi fleets. Motional will use Ottopia’s teleoperation technology to conduct remote vehicle assistance (RVA) when operating its fully driverless SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicles. Ottopia’s mission is to enable RVA with its universal teleoperation offering. Ottopia optimized its proprietary video, communication, and control software to integrate seamlessly with Motional’s RVA solution, which includes Motional-developed interfaces and third-party hardware. Furthermore, Ottopia complements Motional’s rigorous approach to safety and security with its safety-first and cybersecurity-first architecture.

Guillaume Binet

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Vice President of Software Infrastructure

As we prepare for mass deployments of Motional robotaxis, a Remote Vehicle Assistance solution provides an added layer of support for when our vehicles encounter unique and challenging road scenarios. <span class="orange-text">Ottopia is a leader in its field</span> and we look forward to continued collaboration as Motional makes robotaxis a global reality.

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Motional is a global leader in driverless technology and has driven many important firsts for the industry. It operates the world’s most established public robotaxi service, a fleet that has conducted over 100,000 public rides, and was one of the first companies in the world to operate fully driverless vehicles on public roads. Starting in 2023, Motional will be launching a fully driverless ride-hail service with Lyft in multiple U.S. markets. That service has the potential to introduce driverless technology to millions of Lyft riders. Motional employees will be able to provide RVA to the robotaxis used in this service.

How we work together

We're thrilled to announce that Ottopia is entering into a strategic commercial agreement with Serve Robotics, a leader in autonomous sidewalk delivery. Following an exhaustive pilot and comprehensive evaluation, our teleoperation software met and exceeded Serve's strict criteria. As both companies share a deep commitment to innovation, efficiency, and safety, we are integrating Ottopia's cutting-edge teleoperation technology with Serve's growing fleet. Together, we aim to revolutionize last-mile delivery.

Dmitry Demeshchuk

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Serve Robotics Co-founder and VP of SD

Serve values Ottopia's expertise in teleoperation and we are excited to add a new technology partner that shares our <span class="orange-text">commitment to excellence and innovation.</span>

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Serve Robotics is a leader in sustainable, autonomous delivery solutions. Originating as Postmates' robotics division in 2017, the company focuses on zero-emissions robots for public spaces, initially targeting food delivery. Now independent and backed by Uber, Serve has successfully executed tens of thousands of contactless deliveries in LA and San Francisco. With a growing platform and key commercial partnerships, the company aims to redefine delivery while minimizing emissions.

How we work together

Via and Ottopia offer a single solution that, when integrated with an Autonomous Vehicle (AV), enables the deployment of Level-4 transportation. This partnership leverages Via’s fleet management technology and Ottopia’s teleoperations technology to remove the need for a physically present safety driver and accelerate the implementation of AVs in public and private transit systems.

Amit Rosenzweig

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Ottopia’s CEO

Accelerating the implementation of autonomous vehicles (AV) creates benefits for riders, transit providers, and AV providers alike. We are pleased to partner with Via <span class="orange-text">to be able to leverage Via’s reach & extensive experience</span> in a variety of transit deployments including multiple AVs.

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Founded in 2012, Via pioneered the TransitTech category by using new technologies to power public mobility systems, optimizing networks of dynamic shuttles, buses, wheelchair accessible vehicles, school buses, and autonomous vehicles around the globe. Via’s autonomous solution integrates with a wide range of AVs to deliver driverless transportation for a variety of transit use cases. With Via, AVs are booked, routed, and managed by technology that has been proven in over 200 locations, across 23 countries, and over 100 million rides.

How we work together

Ottopia’s technology is being integrated so that when an EasyMile vehicle needs help it will be able to signal an operator in a remote location who can, using Ottopia’s proprietary teleoperation solution, give it guidance or manually control it. This allows maximum vehicle uptime with minimal operations staff. EasyMile provides software and complete solutions for driverless mobility and goods transportation. It’s people mover, the EZ10, is the most-deployed driverless shuttle in the world. For material handling, it offers TractEasy, a tow-truck solution for cross/indoor-outdoor automation at factories and industrial sites. We work together in the EU-funded AWARD project to develop heavy-duty autonomous vehicles that operate in harsh weather conditions and real logistics operations.

Gilbert Gagnaire

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CEO & Founder

We’re really happy to be working with Ottopia’s teleoperation platform. It’s a great example of <span class="orange-text">innovating together</span> and we’re pleased to be working closely with Ottopia, on this important project as well as others.

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EasyMile partners with blue-chip manufacturers to autonomize their vehicles with award-winning technology built on safety-by-design, ready for deployment today, with clear client benefits. Since 2014, the company has become known for quality delivery and real-world deployments. EasyMile’s proven technology has already driven autonomously in 300+ locations in more than 30 countries, over 800,000km. It is also leading the way for specialized application of new autonomous solutions with its adaptable software being integrated in numerous other vehicle platforms.

How we work together

By combining Ottopia's platform into their product lines, GAUSSIN is the first company to provide battery and hydrogen fuel-cell electric Autonomous Vehicles with built-in teleoperation technology. This unique combination provides unparalleled service levels and performance for GAUSSIN's vehicles which operate in mission-critical environments such as ports and airports. Since 2013, Gaussin has been developing Autonomous Driving systems for its electric, self-driving vehicles and has integrated world class partner systems and software to provide the most efficient turnkey solution for yard and terminal automation.

Gary Patterson

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VP of Customer Operations

We are very happy to be working with the Ottopia team. <span class="orange-text">Ottopia’s unique technology</span> and <span class="orange-text">approach</span> helps our autonomous vehicles operate flawlessly under any condition, enabling our customers to <span class="orange-text">maximize safety and reduce costs.</span>

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Gaussin is an engineering company that designs, assembles and sells innovative products and services in the transport and logistics field. Its know-how encompasses cargo and passenger transport, autonomous technologies allowing for self-driving solutions such as Automotive Guided Vehicles, and the integration of all types of batteries, electric and hydrogen fuel cells in particular. With more than 50,000 vehicles worldwide, Gaussin enjoys a strong reputation in four fast-expanding markets: port terminals, airports, logistics and people mobility.

How we work together

Ottopia leverages automotive grade LiDAR from Innoviz to power the detection systems for ATAS™ – Advanced Teleoperator Assistance Systems. As a result, operators receive Collision Warning alerts and, if necessary, the vehicle triggers Collision Avoidance and stop in its tracks. InnovizPro hardware can be retrofitted onto any vehicle in any fleet and Innoviz’s proprietary perception software gives an accurate picture of the environment in real time. Integrating that critical information into the ATAS suite of algorithms, teleoperated vehicles can now easily circumnavigate problematic obstacles and keep everyone safe.

Omer Keilaf

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CEO

Working with Ottopia allows us to <span class="orange-text">unlock another important use-case for our LiDAR systems.</span> Not only can we reveal any environment to an autonomous system but now to a teleoperation system as well. <span class="orange-text">Maximizing efficiency and saving lives</span> are critical for Innoviz and Ottopia. By working together we can achieve this goal better than we were as individual companies.

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nnoviz is a leading manufacturer of high-performance, solid-state LiDAR sensors and perception software that enable the mass production of autonomous vehicles. Innoviz’s offerings include InnovizOne, an automotive-grade, mass-production LiDAR sensor, InnovizTwo, next generation high-performance automotive-grade LiDAR sensor, and I