David E. Zoia
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The contract calls for the Israeli developer to supply 400,000 complete radar units over five years.
Earth Rides is employing a fleet of used Teslas and fulltime drivers to offer a better ride-hailing service and help drive the clean-energy agenda.
Despite a pandemic-driven drop in revenue for car- and ride-sharing services worldwide in 2020, the technology-platform provider is bullish on the near-term future of mobility.
The deal gets the Israeli developer’s high-resolution radar into the commercial-vehicle sector, including an emerging market for autonomous ground vehicles.
The Tier 1 has two lidar products nearing production, an in-house-developed short-range unit due this year and long-range technology developed in partnership with California startup AEye expected in 2024.
The supplier says its new cross-domain engineering approach will help Bosch keep pace with the three megatrends – electrification, automated driving and connectivity – that are transforming the industry.