WIRED - Alex Davies
[Phantom Auto] is showing off the type of remote-control capability that every major player in the nascent world of robotic driving will end up relying on...
IEEE Spectrum - Mark Harris
‘An autonomous vehicle company might have a system that works 95 or even 99 percent of the time, but that last 1 percent is a very difficult piece of the puzzle to solve,’ says Phantom CEO Shai Magzimof. ‘We’re here to do that hardest part.’
Bloomberg BNA - Michaela Ross
States ‘want AVs deployed in as safe a manner as possible, and they’re starting to see that remote operation technology is a viable way to fulfill that goal,’ Elliot Katz, co-founder of Phantom Auto, told Bloomberg Law.
PC Mag - Doug Newcomb
In the first demonstration of the technology on public roads, at CES a startup called Phantom Auto showed how a car on the Las Vegas Strip could be remotely controlled by a human operator who was 500 miles away in Mountain View, California.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce - Jordan Crenshaw & Julie Stitzel
Some of the U.S. Chamber’s team got a chance to ride in a remotely-driven vehicle down Las Vegas Boulevard powered by Phantom Auto’s software, which enables a backup driver to take the wheel of the vehicle. In this case, our driver sat at a console in Mountain View, CA while we comfortably drove around the Las Vegas Strip. Since this was our first time in this kind of connected vehicle, we were incredibly impressed with the technological leaps connected and smart vehicles have made.
Fleet Owner - Neil Abt
[Phantom Auto is] a last line of defense to ensure that driverless vehicles in the future arrive safely to their destinations.
San Francisco Chronicle - Carolyn Said
Teleoperators could be a whole new career, somewhat making up for the millions of driving jobs that robot vehicles could consume.
MIT Technology Review - Rachel Metz
[Phantom Auto] is building technology to let a remote human driver take over briefly for autonomous vehicles when they get into situations that they can’t handle.
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