On this page you’ll find Darwin’s logos and some information about the company, compiled for the benefit of the press.
Who are you?
We’re Darwin Innovation Group, or Darwin for short. We’re a UK-based company providing autonomous vehicle services and connectivity innovations. We help councils or organisations operate autonomous passenger vehicles, and our software makes it possible to remain connected to the internet even on the move or in rural areas.
Darwin was founded on 23 March 2019 after discussions at Telefónica, with the goal of combining terrestrial and satellite communications for greater coverage. You can find the story of Darwin’s creation over here.
Our areas of interest include 5G and satellite connectivity, drones, and connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
Our About Us page includes information about our objective, our team and our partners.
What are some notable things you’ve done?
- Our ubiquitous communications technology switches seamlessly between 5G and satellite networks, making it possible to stay connected on the move even if one network becomes unavailable. You can read more about this technology and its potential uses here.
- We operate an autonomous shuttle service at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, and we’re planning to run a similar autonomous passenger service in Spain. This service is funded by ESA and UKSA, and we’re sharing what we learn from it with Aviva, in order to help them develop comprehensive insurance for autonomous vehicles.
- In collaboration with O2, we launched the Darwin SatCom Lab in 2020. This is the first space in the UK designed for testing driverless car technology. You can find O2’s press release here.
- For more information on our work and the fields we’re interested in, you can find regular updates on our news page.
Where can I find the Darwin logo?
Before publishing anything using our logo, you must contact us for permission.
There are three main versions of the Darwin logo: dark blue, light blue, and white (for use on dark backgrounds).
You can access high-resolution versions of the logo using the links below:
The logo should be used with a certain minimum amount of clear space around it, as demonstrated below:
We also have an icon, which again is available in dark blue, light blue and white:
Full-size Darwin icon (1161 x 1251), dark blue
Full-size Darwin icon, light blue
Full-size Darwin icon, white
What if my question isn’t answered here?
If there’s anything else you’d like to know about Darwin, just contact us and let us know what you’re looking for.