It is estimated that there are 18,867,871 km of paved road and 330,068 km of expressway (CIA World Factbook, 2017). Assuming that a lane is about 3.75 m wide and that paved roads generally have 2 lanes while expressways are twice as wide, then there are about 144,000 square-km of paved road. The land surface of the Earth is 148,940,000 square-km (Wikipedia, 2017), so paved roads are about 0.0967% or one thousandth. Check our calculation but whatever there's a lot of driving to be done.

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ONLY ONE THOUSANDTH OF THE
EARTH'S SURFACE IS PAVED ROAD.
WE WORK ON THE REST.

Atacama Desert, Chile

MeshNav

Unlike on-road autonomy, MeshNav doesn't need road markings or GPS to avoid danger. It collects high-fidelity terrain data and then simulates how your vehicle might surmount terrain to find any safe routes available.

Navigate

Our navigation technology models surrounding terrain to find smooth and efficient routes that can be driven at the fastest safe speed.

Locate

Our localization technology maps the environment to estimate position and velocity without need for GPS.

Analyze

Our classification technology can analyze orbital information to determine regional properties useful to navigation or understanding context.