Category: Projects


Oxbotica is leading a consortium of companies that will help to further cement the UK’s reputation as a world leader in the development of autonomous vehicles. The DRIVEN consortium – which benefits from a £8.6 million grant awarded by Innovate UK – is an ambitious project that will see a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles


CargoPod is an autonomous last-mile delivery vehicle, developed by Oxbotica. The van is guided by our state-of-the-art autonomy software system Selenium, which enables real-time, accurate navigation, planning and perception in dynamic environments. In June of 2017, CargoPod made international headlines, doing the first driverless deliveries in the UK. As part of the GATEway project, Oxbotica partnered up

The Geni

Geni is Oxbotica’s prototype development vehicle. It is one of the main platforms on which the team tests out new software. It is an electric vehicle that is based in Oxbotica’s main workshop and test track in South Oxfordshire. It runs Oxbotica’s autonomous operating system – Selenium. We use a combination of lasers and cameras

Lutz Pathfinder

Self-driving vehicles equipped with Oxford-developed autonomy software were tested successfully in public for the first time in the UK in October. The demonstration in Milton Keynes was coordinated by the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) and marked the conclusion of the LUTZ Pathfinder project, which ran for 18 months. The autonomy software running the vehicle, called Selenium, originated