DeepMap Recognized as a Top Startup to Watch in Autonomous Driving

DeepMap, Inc.
May 11 · 2 min read

DeepMap has been named an Emerging Startup in 2020 by Tracxn, a competitive intelligence firm. DeepMeep is featured in the “Soonicorn” category.

Tracxn recognizes “top global companies with demonstrated growth and strong potential across different sectors. The selection process is based on a combination of data points, signals, and detailed analysis of each company.”

The companies that “make the final cut are the ones that have shown strength and out-performance across multiple parameters like size, funding, valuation, investment by marquee investors, execution excellence and future growth prospects.”

Earlier this year, DeepMap was recognized as a “Best Machine Learning Startup to Work for in 2020.” The list of 15 companies was published by Louis Columbus of Forbes, based on an analysis of Glassdoor data.

DeepMap is accelerating safe autonomy by providing the world’s best autonomous mapping and localization solutions. DeepMap delivers the technology necessary for self-driving vehicles to navigate in a complex and unpredictable environment. The company addresses three important elements: precise high-definition mapping, ultra-accurate real-time localization, and the serving infrastructure to support massive global scaling. DeepMap was founded in 2016 by James Wu and Mark Wheeler, and is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., with offices in Beijing and Guangzhou, China. For more information, see

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