Waymo: Waymo is a subsidiary of Alphabet, Google's parent company. It is considered to be one of the leaders in the development of autonomous vehicle technology and has been testing its self-driving cars on public roads since 2009.
Tesla: Tesla is an electric vehicle company that has been developing autonomous driving technology since 2014. Its Autopilot system is designed to assist drivers with tasks like steering, accelerating, and braking, and the company is working on developing a fully autonomous driving system.
General Motors (GM): GM has been working on autonomous driving technology for several years and has developed its Cruise Automation subsidiary to focus on self-driving cars. The company has been testing its driverless cars on public roads in San Francisco, Phoenix, and Detroit.
1. Ford: Ford has been investing in autonomous driving technology through its subsidiary, Argo AI. The company has been testing its self-driving cars on public roads in several cities and plans to launch a commercial autonomous vehicle service in 2022.
1. Cruise Automation: As mentioned earlier, Cruise Automation is a subsidiary of GM that is focused on developing autonomous driving technology. The company has been testing its driverless cars on public roads in San Francisco, Phoenix, and Detroit.