The TRATON brands Scania, MAN, and Navistar will work together with Plus to intensify the development of Level 4 autonomous driving solutions. The brands are now taking the next step in their commercial strategies — with an initial focus on hub-to-hub applications. Autonomous hub-to-hub technology will help increase customers’ operating efficiency, lower transport emissions, and improve road safety, while also addressing the growing global driver shortage.

To the press releases of the brands: 




Jonas Rickberg, Lukas Walter, Mathias Carlbaum, Gustaf Sundell, Alexander Vlaskamp, Inka Koljonen, and Do Young Kim (f.l.t.r) at the signing of the partnership agreement.
Do Young Kim, Inka Koljonen, Mathias Carlbaum, Gustaf Sundell, Lukas Walter, Alexander Vlaskamp, and Jonas Rickberg (f.l.t.r.) in front of the International LT Series from Navistar, equipped with Plus technology.

About Plus 

Plus is a global provider of autonomous driving software solutions that span driver-in next generation safety systems to highly automated PlusDrive® and driver-out SuperDriveTM. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California with operations in the U.S., Europe, and Australia, Plus is named by Forbes as one of America’s Best Startup Employers and by Fast Company as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies. Plus’s Open Platform for Autonomy is already powering vehicles in commercial use today. Partners including Bosch, dm-drogerie markt, DSV, IVECO, Luminar, Nikola, Scania / MAN / Navistar of the TRATON GROUP, and Transurban are working with Plus to accelerate next-generation transportation solutions. For more information, visit