Oxbotica have just announced their brand new re-market name, Oxa. The autonomous vehicle software developed made the announcement today highlighting the company’s intention to expand their global reach to North America and Europe.

The company’s new branding is a reflection of their new global vision and part of their goal to unlock progression towards self-driving technology. Oxa provides businesses with the tools needed to execute autonomy safely and efficiently in their operations. This includes services such as access to software that enables autonomous-driving, AI instruments that accelerate deployment with Oxa Metadriver, and cloud-based tools for fleet management.

Gavin Jackson, CEO at Oxa, said:

“I am thrilled today to begin the next chapter of our business as Oxa. At a time where organisations are faced with pressing challenges posed by driver shortages, high operational costs, service limitations and net-zero targets, we have a unique opportunity in the market today. With our solutions, we can deliver the transformative benefits of autonomy to businesses now.”

The announcement comes after the company joined forces with autonomous mobility company, Goggo Network. The company plan to introduce Oxa’s self-driving technology in their fleet of on-road autonomous electric vehicles across Europe.

The company also recently partnered with Google Cloud to bring its vision for self-driving to life. With Google Cloud’s products and expertise in cloud infrastructure, the company will be able to accelerate the deployment of its autonomous software platform to customers around the world. In addition, Oxa will leverage Google Cloud’s proven cyber-security technologies to help ensure secure use of autonomous mobility technology.