(Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Wednesday that he planned to deliver 190 staff in their own self-propagation program, Project Titan, provides a rare window to the equipment technologies that the company has continued.
A technology company in registration with state governors said they were expecting people from eight different Santa Clara resources to send near Cupertino, California, headquarters, on April 16. A company spokeswoman said the reduction in auto driver was a car program.
Although the iPhone maker recognizes that he has an interest in self-cycling cars in general, he has not accurately detected what technologies he works and is trying to drive Total sensors, build a computer and software system to control one.
The public documents that are scheduled by governors will provide unintended features.
Among those who were deferred included at least two dozen software engineers, including an engineer engineer, and 40 hardworkers, according to Apple's letter to occupational rulers in California earlier on & # 39; this month.
Some of the features that appear on corporate products for users: three goods design tools and ergonomics engineer work with layoffs. A manufacturer's retailer was one of the reductions, although it is unclear how to tell the supervisor's appraisal and who has a & # 39; shop to create smaller component parts or components for electronics and sensors.
The layoffs appear to be the first major band of the Titan Project under Doug Field, who returned to Apple last year as Deputy Chief of Special Projects after making Tesla.
Apple is running a & # 39; car on a "need to know" basis, with just about 5,000 of the 140,000 full-time Apple employees inside, according to court documents in the secret robbery of a crime case this year against an Apple worker South Westerly
Approximately 1,200 of these are "fundamental" staff that "work directly on the development of their project," according to their. complaint, opened in January.
Despite the major changes, it seems that a & # 39; The company has been studying California roads. Earlier rulers of this month, Apple said that he put in almost 80,000 thousand tests in his home state in 2018, going far above less than 1,000 miles that put it into a previous year.
However, it was a lot less than the Alphabetical Waymo unit Inc., which recorded 1.2 million miles in California last year.
(The story is corrected in the second paragraph to show that there were eight, not seven, on resources that affected it in the County of Santa Clara, not a big city)
Statement by Stephen Nellis; Edited by Dan Grebler and Rosalba O Brien