U.K. study found 35% traffic efficiency improvement through cars that communicate with each other.
Automated local hubs and street-level vehicles to deliver packages more safely.
Platform provides human remote control for self-driving vehicles when complex situations occur.
Autonomous technology from TuSimple to be tested during two-week pilot project, performing round trips between Arizona and Texas.
The mobility solutions company launched a program in partnership with shuttle manufacturer NAVYA to train emergency personnel on autonomous vehicles set to be deployed in Lake Nona.
The partnership between New Flyer and Robotic Research will see electric buses equipped with level 4 autonomy, with closed course operation scheduled for 2020.
Robotics companies in food, industrial inspection, agriculture and healthcare all score funding in recent weeks.
By 2029, driverless cars will be preferred mode of transportation for large majority.
Investments reach several touchpoints in the auto industry, from sensors to lidar to AI for car dealerships.
Two companies plan to cooperate to help climb mountain of autonomous vehicle challenges.
Progress seen for many companies, while others have a long way to go to reach full autonomy.
California disengagement reports give several reasons for when safety drivers needed to take over.
Online games like the Moral Machine may offer insights on human psychology, but have no impact on making autonomous vehicles safer, say the authors of a counter-argument paper.
From cars to trucks, self-driving developers are earning investors’ attention in recent weeks.
Government relaxes rules on testing vehicles with a safety driver.
Unclear rules and questions about who is responsible for accidents a concern for industry respondents.
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Components makers and software support firms score funding in recent weeks.
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