We are enabling a smooth transition towards logistics automation by building the best human : machine collaboration platform to safely and efficiently remote operate (autonomous) vehicles.
We are proud to have strong partners and venture capitals supporting our vision and driving our growth.
"Fernride's scalable technology platform will be a crucial bridge to further automation.The exceptionally strong team and the great market potential as well as its dynamics have convinced us to invest in this German startup."
"In terms of potential, Fernride plays in the same league as our previous early-stage investments such as Volocopter or Luminar. For me, the team is already one of the strongest in Europe. I am convinced that Hendrik and his team will make a decisive contribution on the road to autonomous driving. We are proud to support Fernride on this journey."
"Fernride has created an outstanding technology to combine the best of both worlds in one platform: the human driving abilities with autonomous vehicle technologies. We follow and support their rapid growth path with excitement, knowing it will lead to success!"
10 years of research at the leading Chair of Automotive Engineering at TUM in the field of vehicle engineering and sensor technology.
Spinning-off Fernride (initially under the name "Pylot") by Hendrik Kramer, Dr. Max Fisser and Jean-Michael Georg in Munich.
Development of product, technology as well as the business model - supported by Seed Investment from Speedinvest, Fly Ventures, UnternehmerTUM and Business Angel Amir Roughani.
Successful proof of technology with an initial pilot project on a customer site at DB Schenker together with special vehicle manufacturer KAMAG.
Partnerships with leading OEMs and signature for more customer pilot projects to proof of commercial feasibility.
Start of Project for automated production supply at the worlds biggest automotive production plant at VW Wolfsburg.
Mobility has defined our societies ever since. And benchmarking inventions like the wheel or the engine have defined transportation. Yet the next revolution is on our doorstep: autonomous driving.
However, it will take time until full automation is feasible throughout mobility; hence it will require a human-in-the-loop for quite a while.
At Fernride we redefine the role of humans in this automated future. With our technology we enable humans to control machines thus building a unique path into an automated future.
We will drive the automation of logistics - then we will change transportation and ultimately we will have an impact on mobility.
Munich, October 2021 - Fernride has won over Rene Limberger as its new Executive Vice President Engineering: At the Munich-based startup for driverless logistics processes, he will henceforth contribute his expertise in software and hardware development as well as extensive experience...