Four Companies Selling Self-Driving Car Platforms Today, and One Coming.

August 22, 2018 – PolySync is highlighted as one of the few companies selling the technology to drive a car autonomously. Forbes →

From accident prevention to bike parking, Ann Arbor's 100 mobility companies cover plenty of ground.

May 16, 2018 – "In an autonomous vehicle, what happens if there is a fault?" asks Jay Ellis, PolySync's director of business development. Concentrate →

Who's Making Sure That Self-Driving Cars Are Safe?

March 27, 2018 - Our CTO, Nathan Äschbacher, and CPO, David Sosnow, discuss autonomous vehicle safety in Fast Company. Fast Company →

Development of remotely controllable vehicle to be used in safety testing of automated vehicles under realistic conditions.

January 31, 2018 - One of the main goals of the TÜV SÜD development team was to ensure that all vehicles of this type can be rapidly transformed into a test vehicle. TÜV SÜD →

Eye on the Future: Driving Innovation in Mobility.

December 15, 2017 - Jay Ellis, our Director of Business, talks with CBS about the future of mobility in Detroit. CBS Local →

MacroFab Engineering Podcast Talks Self-Driving Cars with Josh Hartung.

April 28, 2017 - Josh Hartung discusses developing self-driving car technology with the hosts of MacroFab. MacroFab →



PolySync Adds Chrysler Pacifica to DriveKit Lineup

January 7, 2019 - PolySync has added the popular Chrysler hybrid to the growing number of vehicles compatible with the company’s flagship DriveKit vehicle control interface. Press Release →

PolySync Technologies Appoints Greg Drew as CEO

June 11, 2018 - “The automotive industry is going through historic changes and PolySync’s recent success has made it possible to attract an experienced executive like Greg.”—Marc Weiser, RPM Ventures Press Release →

PolySync Establishes Strategic Partnerships with NXP, Swift Navigation, and More.

December 12, 2016 - PolySync Partnerships Streamline Key Technologies Across The Autonomous Vehicle Industry. Press Release →

PolySync Announces Open Source Car Control, Complete, Affordable Kit for Autonomous Vehicle Development.

November 15, 2016 - The Open Source Car Control Project (OSCC) enables engineers to build their own self-driving development vehicles for less than $1,000. Press Release →