TomTom takes startup for software self-propelled cars
The Dutch company TomTom takes the German Autonomos, a startup that software for self-propelled cars were devised. How many TomTom’ll pay, is not published.
Autonomos has been in existence since 2012 and has technology in the field of autonomous driving, sensors and digital image processing. The company originated from a research group for intelligent systems of the Free University of Berlin. There are more than thirty people.
The team from Autonomos is TomTom’s start copying, select yes to prepare for self-propelled car systems.
Ceo Harold Goddijn called the acquisition Wednesday “an important development for TomTom”. He said that the company there is a lot of knowledge and expertise about technology the future of driving will determine.
Also, founder and director, Tinosch Ganjineh of Autonomos is satisfied with TomTom as a new partner. He spoke of “a perfect match to the dream of self-propelled cars to come true”.