The partnership marks a key milestone in Cyngn’s ongoing effort to bring scalable, secure, and reliable autonomous vehicle technologies to industrial applications.
Cyngn’s autonomous vehicle capabilities are powered by DriveMod, an end-to-end solution that can be integrated with Columbia vehicles. DriveMod enables vehicles to switch easily between manual, remotely-controlled, and fully autonomous modes.
The pairing of Cyngn’s DriveMod with Columbia’s fleet of electric utility vehicles means material handling organizations can begin to implement autonomy today.
Greg Breckley, director of business development of Columbia Vehicle Group, says: “Every day we hear from customers who are looking to solve increasingly complex transportation challenges.
“By partnering with Cyngn on our Autonomous Ready fleet, we are expanding our range of working solutions to include self-driving technologies. We are thrilled to partner with Cyngn to bring new tools to market that will address these challenges today and in the future.”
Lior Tal, CEO of Cyngn, says: “Cyngn’s autonomous vehicle technologies are available today to companies that are ready to increase their productivity.
“We are pleased to be working closely with an organization like Columbia that has five decades of experience and is known for its reliability and willingness to help organizations tap into future-facing technologies like ours.
“The Columbia partnership is a key step forward in Cyngn’s initial roll-out of its autonomous vehicle technologies. We look forward to providing an update on our initial deployment soon.”
Autonomous vehicle technology brings a variety of benefits to industrial organizations. autonomous vehicles increase efficiency, continuity, and make it easier for workers to stay focused on their most mission-critical tasks.