11 - 25 employees
11 - 25 engineers
$10m - $25m funding
Series a

At Voyage we're working to bring about the end-goal of self-driving cars: a world where anyone, anywhere can summon a car directly to their doorstep, travel safely to their destination, all for an extremely low price.

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Why join us?

  • In less than 6 months we deployed our first self-driving taxi service with real passengers. Our first community is a retirement community with over 4,000 amazing residents and 15 miles of road. We're soon deploying to hundreds of thousands of residents.

  • Our self-driving car technology is already impressive and advancing rapidly. Our cars can handle many complex scenarios.

  • We are well funded by Khosla Ventures, a world-class VC.

Engineering at Voyage

Engineering team and processes

Our engineering team operates on weekly sprints, using JIRA to manage tasks. We very much believe in giving each and every Voyage team member autonomy to dictate what the highest priority tasks are.

Technical Challenges

Our product, although extremely exciting, is a two-ton vehicle that operates in close proximity to humans. Every piece of software we write takes this into consideration.

Projects you might work on
  • You would get to work on our mobile app for hailing and interfacing with our vehicles.

Tech stack
React Native

Working at Voyage

We are a product-oriented company, meaning we live to see our DAU count and retention rates continue to rise. This sense of urgency means that we're not research-heavy, and that all of our time and effort go towards improving our product for our customers.

Perks & benefits
  • Generous Vacation
  • Free Food
  • Maternal/Paternal Leave
  • Work from Home
  • Travel
  • Health Insurance
  • Beautiful Office
  • Workshops/Conferences
  • Transportation
  • Flexible Hours
  • Company Retreats
Our Team by the Numbers

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