The fleet-ready, autonomous
vehicle control system.
DriveKit provides precision by-wire control of steering, throttle, and brake without CAN injection or hacking ADAS features.
Full commercial support backed by PolySync.
Includes full web and email support, plus a one year parts warranty.
Built on OSCC, our open source firmware and hardware means no black boxes or proprietary lock-ins for total engineering flexibility.Visit OSCC on GitHub
Built on easily adaptable vehicles offered in both left and right-hand drive markets worldwide.
Includes everything from pre-configured hardware, quick-connect wiring harnesses, to step-by-step guides for fast, easy installation.
Full-range control of the vehicle (even at low speeds) without altering the factory safety-case, spoofing CAN messages, or hacking ADAS features.
Open source software and hardware designs through OSCC means no black boxes and no proprietary lock-ins for total engineering flexibility.
Unlimited email and web support, plus access to all future firmware and software updates. One year parts warranty.
Inside the Box.
DriveKit ships worldwide and can be installed with simple hand tools in about an hour. Includes one year warranty and live support. Compatible with 2014+ Kia Soul EV and Kia Niro Hybrid.
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How easy is it to install?
DriveKit’s easy install kit includes everything you need to establish complete computer control of steering, brake, and throttle for ADAS and autonomous R&D in under 24 hours.
What vehicle models is DriveKit compatible with?
DriveKit is compatible with the 2014+ Kia Soul (petrol).
How does DriveKit control the vehicle?
DriveKit makes the development of autonomous vehicle technology faster and safer by providing an easy way to gain computer control of the 2014+ Kia Soul. It’s a modular, stable way of using hardware and open source software (OSCC) to interface with the vehicle’s communications network and control systems. Using this platform, developers are able to send control commands to the vehicle, read control messages from the vehicle’s OBD-II CAN network, and forward reports for the current vehicle control state, such as steering angle and wheel speeds. Control commands are ultimately sent to the vehicle’s ECU’s by splicing in the connections between the sensor of your choice and the ECU, spoofing the data that would normally be sent by the sensor with your control message, and then sending that back to the ECU.
What are the control limitations of DriveKit?
DriveKit currently provides complete control of steering, throttle, and brake.
Could it be adapted to other vehicles?
DriveKit has currently only been tested on the 2014+ Kia Soul (petrol). It will be available for the Soul EV in the near future.
Does DriveKit publish messages to the vehicle CAN bus?
DriveKit does not directly publish messages to the vehicle's CAN bus. It instead, spoofs the voltage of the car’s command. This allows for full-range control of the vehicle without altering factory safety-cases, spoofing CAN messages, or hacking ADAS features.
Do the parts have a warranty?
Yes, there is a one year parts warranty.
Do you offer support?
Yes, DriveKit is fully supported with unlimited email and web support, plus all access to future firmware updates and PCB designs.
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