Our plan

We plan to build an electric Self-driving car transport system in major cities around the globe made of buses and taxis. We will go by:
  1. Building a self-driving car system able to be incorporated in already-existing cars with updates continuously dropping eventually on the go. 
  2. Incorporate the system in cars and start live testing on roads by 2023
  3. Standardize the system to be ready for manufacturing. (2025)
  4. Incorporating the system in electric cars. (2026)
  5. Deploying in different cities for trial. (2028)
  6. Allow for personal use. (near future)

Financial benefit

The autonomous car technology was predicted to be a future multi-billion dollar industry. The leading companies and countries will gain traction due to the future deployment needs around cities globally. The autonomous car market was valued at USD 5.68 billion in 2018 and is expected to project a CAGR(Compound annual growth rate) of 31.5%, during the forecast period of 2019-2024.
by mordor intelligence

road safety

According to the most optimistic estimates including McKinsey’s 2015 report: the widespread adoption of self-driving cars could reduce traffic accidents by as much as 90%, since they largely take driver error out of the equation because 94% of deadly car crashes are caused by some type of human error

traffic jam

self-driving are able to calculate shortcuts to destinations and avoid traffic jam by using artificial intelligence. shift from privately owned vehicles to on-demand autonomous vehicle fleets will reduce up to 28% of cars on the road and free roadway space, as the study conducted in 2017 by world economic forum, BCG and MIT media Lab


Our self-driving car have to be electric to avoid air pollution and climate change effects. Despite reduction of up to 90% in pollutant released per mile since the 1960s, gasoline powered vehicles remain among the primary causes of air pollution worldwide.


An MIT study done in 2017 estimated that road emissions cause 53000 premature deaths each year and many scientists have linked these emissions to global warming and climate change.

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