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The Polymath autonomy engine

Foundational autonomy built by a team of roboticists, software engineers and machine learning specialists.

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Path planning & navigation

Perception, localization, path planning, and motion control come standard.

Obstacle detection & avoidance

Guidance around obstacles, detected and classified by machine learning.

Safety layer

Safety built in from the start, with auto-stop in case of trouble.

Performance metrics

Data to show how your vehicle is performing in the field.


Polymath Grows with You

Hardware Integration

Get your equipment driving itself.
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Obstacle Detection


Human Detection + Safety Stop


Simulation Environment

Running Lidars

Diff Drive or Ackermann Steering


Stereo Camera Perception

Remote E-Stop


Add On Features

Customized just for you.
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Obstacle Measurement

Following Target at Offset

Pulling Up to 2 Trailers

Headlands Turning

Coverage Maps



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Autonomy, simplified

Autonomy doesn’t have to be a slog. The Polymath system is easy to deploy (and dare we say, fun).

Define requirements

Where, when, and what your vehicle needs to operate.

Retrofit the vehicle

Our hardware partners install sensors and compute.

Deploy autonomy

Polymath's system makes your vehicle drive itself.

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Is Polymath autonomy right for my vehicle?

Will Polymath work on my (tractor / truck / excavator / custom robot)?

Polymath works on most large off-highway vehicles that operate in a contained environment. Some examples are tractors, dump trucks, combines, yard trucks, or bulldozers.

If the vehicle meets the following conditions, you’re probably OK:

- Vehicle is intended for industrial use
- Operates in a controlled environment (no public roads)
- Sudden stops are OK
- Ackermann or differential steering

If you’re unsure whether Polymath will work with your vehicle, don’t hesitate to contact us.

What kind of hardware does a vehicle need to use Polymath?

Polymath requires networking, compute, locomotion and drive-by-wire on the physical vehicle.

Essentially, if you have sensors installed and can control the vehicle with a joystick, the vehicle is ready for Polymath.

Need to retrofit an existing vehicle? Contact us and we’ll hook you up with a partner who can help.

Is Polymath compatible with the sensors I’m using?

Probably yes.

While we don’t have an exhaustive list of compatibility, Polymath is compatible with most sensors. If the sensor has a LINUX driver, we can work with it.

Contact us if you're unsure about a specific sensor.

I can build autonomy myself … why would I use Polymath?

You can.

But it will take a long time, and divert your resources from things that make your robot actually valuable to customers.

You can also set up your own data center. Why would you?

Isn't this just ROS?

Polymath lets you to build an autonomous vehicle without touching ROS. If you’re building custom behaviors, you can do so in ROS containers that will work with Polymath.

What if my vehicle’s still being built or retrofit?

All the better! We can use simulation during the build process to assess (and optimize) your sensor selections and placement.

Can I connect Polymath to other software, like a fleet manager or custom app?

Yes! Polymath autonomy can take commands from existing software via API. Check out the documentation here.


Automate a vehicle

Let's bring your autonomous off-highway vehicle to life.

Any vehicle

Any sensors

Commandable via API