Technology Designed for Trucks

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At TuSimple we created a self-driving system that never texts, never gets distracted, and never gets tired. A virtual driver capable of seeing more, processing more information, and reacting faster than human drivers can.

Camera + Lidar + Radar

Not Afraid of the Dark

Camera + Lidar + Radar

Not Afraid of the Dark

Our technology platform utilizes LiDAR, Radar and most importantly HD Cameras to provide 360-degree awareness around the vehicle. This comprehensive sensor coverage allows the autonomous system to successfully navigate nearly any driving condition. day and night. Rain or shine.

Range

HD Cameras (1000m)
LiDAR (200m)
Radar (300m)

Our technology platform utilizes LiDAR, Radar and most importantly HD Cameras to provide 360-degree awareness around the vehicle. This comprehensive sensor coverage allows the autonomous system to successfully navigate nearly any driving condition. day and night. Rain or shine.

1000m
Industry leading long-range perception
1000m
Industry leading long-range perception
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Powered by AI

TuSimple uses AI to dramatically improve safety by allowing the truck to see up to 1,000 meters away, locate objects at night and bring massive amounts of data to simulation, ensuring the vehicle reliably makes the best choice in
any scenario.

Technology

Transformational Partnerships

We pride ourselves on delivering the very best technologies and services to our customers and only work with world-class suppliers, manufacturers and service providers to ensure our customer experience remains unsurpassed.

Powerful Fundamentals

Lane Centering

One of the ways to demonstrate the benefits of autonomous driving is to break down the tasks of driving to its basic fundamentals. For example, one of the core responsibilities of any driver is to keep the vehicle centered within the driving lane. In this graphic we compare the effectiveness of our autonomous system to that of a human driver.

As you can see the autonomous system does a far better job keeping the vehicle centered within the lane, in fact the autonomous system keeps the vehicle centered to within 5 cm.

Throttle Control

In this next example we look at the basic task of accelerating and braking. The graph compares the autonomous system’s accelerating and braking performance against that of a human driver.

The acceleration curve above indicates the autonomous system’s is significantly more effective in accelerating and braking and this impacts brake wear and fuel efficiency.

Fuel Efficiency

The University of California San Diego conducted a comprehensive study comparing heavy duty trucks equipped with TuSimple’s autonomous system to the same model of truck operated manually by a human driver and found that truck’s operating autonomously were 10% more fuel efficient than trucks driven by a human driver.