Device That Makes Cars Autonomous

Company Information




Artificial Intelligence, Vehicles


San Jose, CA

Epilog has created a windshield-mounted device that taps into a car’s computer and uses Artificial Intelligence to automate city and highway driving.

The device, called Sherpa, is designed to complement a driver’s existing cruise control system. Users simply plug in the device to the vehicle, activate cruise control, and Sherpa will control acceleration, steering, and braking.

At the same time, Sherpa evaluates a vehicle’s surroundings in real-time. This enables it to drive the vehicle in stop-and-go traffic, avoid obstacles on the road, and recognize stop signs and traffic lights.

Epilog has been granted eight patents for its device, with several additional patents pending. The company has a partnership with Jabil (NYSE: JBL), one of the largest product manufacturers in the world.

Epilog’s CEO took his last company public, and its Chief Technology Officer is an expert in super-resolution computational image processing and computer vision.

This team is supported by high-profile advisors, including the former Director of Autonomous Vehicles at Sony (NYSE: SNE), and the former Director of Strategic Investment at Intel (NASDAQ: INTC).

Team Background

Lance Mojaver - CTO
Michael Mojaver - CEO
$1.50 million
$472K (31%)
Current Valuation
$10 million Cap / 0% Discount
Min. Investment
Deal Type
Title III
(For all investors)
Offering Type
Convertible Debt
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