Jane Bailey joins Torc as Vice President, Marketing & Communications

(Blacksburg, Va. – October 13, 2021) Torc Robotics, an independent subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG, has
named Jane Bailey Vice President of Marketing & Communications. Bailey is the former vice president of
marketing and communications for GE Digital and for Luna Innovations. She brings decades of
experience in global customer marketing, product marketing, revenue marketing, and marketing
communications to Torc, where she joins an executive team focused on commercializing self-driving

While at GE Digital, Bailey was responsible for the organization’s global product marketing and customer
advocacy across its entire software portfolio. Joining GE at an important juncture in its journey to
become a world-class software company, Jane’s efforts to build a product marketing team were critical
to developing compelling messaging, strategically positioning products, and successfully driving product

At Torc she will apply her deep experience in corporate communications as well as her collaboration,
culture-building, and sales support talents to Torc’s high-powered team.

“I am truly excited,” said Bailey, “to join this group of dedicated and passionate people who are ushering
in the future of transportation and freight. There is great and meaningful work being done at Torc to
bring self-driving trucks to market, and I am honored to be involved in our mission to save lives
through safer roads.” Bailey’s expertise in media and analyst relations will be a significant part of her
new role, as will involvement in Torc’s recruiting and talent development efforts.

About Torc Robotics

Torc Robotics, headquartered in Blacksburg, Virginia, is an independent subsidiary of Daimler Truck AG,
the global leader and pioneer in trucking. Founded in 2005 at the birth of the self-driving vehicle
revolution, Torc has 16 years of experience in pioneering safety-critical, self-driving applications. Torc
offers a complete self-driving vehicle software and integration solution and is currently focusing on
commercializing self-driving trucks. “Trucking is the backbone of the U.S. economy, delivering food and
products to every community in the country,” said Torc CEO Michael Fleming. “Daimler has led
innovation in trucking for more than a century, from the first truck to driver-assist technology. Torc is
working with Daimler Truck to commercialize self-driving trucks to make our roads safer and better
fulfilling our mission of saving lives.”