Cyngn to Demonstrate DriveMod Stockchaser in Autonomous Vehicle Roadshow

Warehouse and factory operators will be able to see the DriveMod Stockchaser navigate autonomously in their facilities.


Cyngn has launched its nationwide demonstrations of its mobile robots, fork trucks, autonomy kit, and software.
Cyngn will demonstrate the autonomous navigation of its DriveMod Stockchaser across the U.S., and its sales team will also conduct product briefings and take preorders.

Cyngn Inc. today began its 2023 Autonomous Vehicle Roadshow in Sacramento, Calif., with demonstrations of its DriveMod Stockchaser. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based company said it is visiting manufacturing and warehousing facilities across the U.S. to show the efficiency, safety, and performance of its systems.

“We know what a major impact hands-on product experience can have for potential customers, especially with leading-edge technology like robots and artificial intelligence,” said Lior Tal, CEO of Cyngn, in a release.

“We are meeting with potential customers to provide a first-hand opportunity to experience the DriveMod Stockchaser and learn about the many benefits, including enhanced safety and greater efficiency in operations,” he added. “As automation in manufacturing and logistics is quickly becoming a valuable tool across the industry, it's important that we are in the field, galvanizing real-world adoption at our potential customers' facilities.”

Cyngn said it supplies scalable autonomous vehicles (AVs) to help businesses address challenges including labor shortages, costly safety incidents, and increased e-commerce demand.

“Our technology is adaptable for a clear product-market fit,” said Ben Landen, vice president of business development at Cyngn. “We're focusing on getting the autonomy piece right, while others are developing both the vehicles and the technology.”

DriveMod part of Enterprise Autonomy Suite

Cyngn's flagship Enterprise Autonomy Suite (EAS) includes the DriveMod AV system; the Cyngn Insight customer-facing suite of fleet management, teleoperation, and analytics tools; and the Cyngn Evolve internal toolkit that uses data from the field for AI, simulation, and modeling.

The company described DriveMod as a “full-stack,” proprietary, “all-in-one autonomy integration package” that enables the conversion of standard industrial vehicles to fully autonomous vehicles by using sensors, computers, and AI. The software can be installed on new vehicles off the assembly line or retrofitted into existing vehicles, Cyngn noted.

It claimed that the DriveMod Kit enables customers to adopt self-driving technology into their operations without high upfront costs or the need to completely replace existing vehicle investments. Cyngn this month announced an order of 100 autonomous electric forklifts for Chilean wood products supplier Arauco.

Cyngn roadshow to demo EAS 9.1 features

Cyngn said its Autonomous Vehicle Roadshow (AVR) will:

  • Leverage new developments from the recent Enterprise Autonomy Suite (EAS) 9.1 release, which streamlined deployment tools and enables the company to demonstrate DriveMod Stockchasers operating autonomously within hours of touching down at a new site.
  • Showcase the DriveMod Stockchaser, an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) for use in the manufacturing, warehouse, and logistics industries. It is capable of towing up to 6,000 lb.

The company noted that it already serves U.S. Continental with a commercial DriveMod Stockchaser deployment in Southern California. It added that Sacramento is a good kickoff location because California plays a significant role in American manufacturing.

The state has seen annual growth in manufacturing output for years, surpassing $324 billion in manufacturing output in 2019, said Cyngn. Despite this economic growth, the number of employees that are employed in California manufacturing is hovering around 30-year lows, with only approximately 1.3 million currently employed in comparison with almost 2 million in the early 1990s.

“We're looking at bringing our roadshow across the South,” Landen told Robotics 24/7. Initial markets include Sacramento, Minneapolis, Houston, and Atlanta, with more to be announced.

Cyngn said it aims to help its customers address the increasing pressure from labor shortages with its EAS. Interested parties can register for the AVR or request a Demo Day at their facilities at

In this demo, Azalea Phangsoa, Product Manager at Cyngn, the major upgrades that have been released to its EAS 9.0 fleet management and analytics software.

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Cyngn has launched its nationwide demonstrations of its mobile robots, fork trucks, autonomy kit, and software.

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