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Navya, a leading company in autonomous driving systems and REE Automotive, an innovator in e-Mobility, have signed an agreement to collaborate in the development of a level 4 autonomous system including REE corner technology and Navya self-driving solutions.

REE’s e-Mobility technology, REEcorner, integrates critical vehicle components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into the arch of the wheel. 

Powered by REE, driven by Navya, the co-developed next generation level 4 autonomous system will be designed as a high standard, state of the art autonomous mobility solution with key competitive advantages considering quality, cost and performance.

Daniel Barel, Co-Founder and CEO of REE Automotive, says: “The combination of our mutual expertise will enable game-changing autonomous mobility solutions that transport passengers and goods efficiently and cost-effectively while fully complying with rigorous safety standards. We are delighted to move forward on a partnership with Navya. This collaboration of REE’s corner technology aligns perfectly with Navya’s strategy of providing constant improvement for its autonomous driving solutions.”

Etienne Hermite, CEO of Navya, adds: “We are very pleased to have signed this agreement with REE Automotive, which is a major player in automotive technology. This partnership is fully in line with Navya’s strategy of deploying level 4 autonomous driving systems with safe drive components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into the arch of the wheels. This partnership will enhance unlocks fantastic opportunities to create multiple new level 4 autonomous form factors with the view to address different use cases.”

Created in 2014, Navya is a specialist in the supply of autonomous driving systems and associated services. With 280 employees in France (Paris and Lyon), in the U.S (Saline, Michigan) and in Singapore, Navya aims to become the leading player in level 4 autonomous driving systems for passenger and goods transport.

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