Drivent LLC is a self-driving technology company overcoming the non-collision barriers to the widespread adoption of autonomous vehicles.
- Drivent exited stealth mode on May 8, 2019.
- While others focused on collision-avoidance technology, Drivent developed technology to overcome non-collision barriers.
- The breakthrough nature of Drivent’s technology is showcased by over 25 patent applications.
Drivent in the News
Collision avoidance is the first major concern that comes to mind when considering the dangers of driverless cars, but U.S.-based company Drivent, which has just announced that it is certified to test autonomous vehicles in Washington state, has been working on the other less apparent hazards...Read more
Eric Wengreen and Wes Schwie are engineers and entrepreneurs who were searching for an opportunity to build something meaningful after developing and scaling a line of electronics mounting devices at Innovelis. While researching opportunities, they were struck by...Read more
Drivent, an autonomous driving technology startup, announced on May 8 that it has been certified to test self-driving vehicles in the state of Washington, along with market frontrunners like Waymo, NVIDIA and Torc Robotics. With that, Drivent leaves the stealth mode it has...Read more
The Robot Report
Drivent LLC today announced that it is certified to test autonomous vehicles in Washington state and described its approach to technologies to encourage adoption of self-driving cars. The Bellevue, Wash.-based startup had been in stealth mode for three years. “While searching for an...Read more
Autonomous Vehicle International
Having worked in stealth mode for three years, startup Drivent has unveiled proprietary technologies that will detect a fire in an autonomous vehicle and then cause the AV to automatically pull over to enable passengers to exit...Read more
Drivent Exits Stealth Mode and Surprises...
Today, after working in stealth mode for three years, Drivent announced it is certified to test autonomous vehicles in the state of Washington and unveiled essential technologies for autonomous vehicles. While the rest of the industry was working to enable self-driving vehicles to avoid collisions, Drivent took a completely different approach. Eric Wengreen...Read more