Autonomous Vehicles

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11th March 2021

Driving towards Level 2+ Sensor Fusion for ADAS

Utilizing a safe & scalable sensor fusion ecosystem to efficiently handle the complexity of sensor fusion for safety-critical automotive applications

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7th December 2020

Weekly Brief: AV’s Green Shoots Thrive under Pandemic Concerns

AutoX became the first autonomous vehicle company to deploy fully driverless cars in China last week. The company is one of many that have been piloting AVs in China...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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4th December 2020

Driverless Tech Must Predict the Future to be Safe

Common sense suggests it’s no good connected and autonomous vehicles just operating according to known scenarios, obstacles and potential causes of accidents. CAVs must also be able to predict...

By Graham Jarvis

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4th December 2020

Einride Driverless Cargo Pods Ready for Highway

Swedish driverless truck manufacturer, Einride, has chosen Nvidia’s computing platform to power its latest Pod transporter now ready for highway use. It has announced that the Drive AGX Orin...

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27th November 2020

AVs Could Increase Traffic Congestion Without Regulation

Self-driving transport is often touted as a future remedy to the congestion issue. Instead, in absence of strict regulation, it can cause yet another fleet expansion, all leading to...

By Roman Nazarov

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25th November 2020

Clueless Regulators Holding Back CAV Testing, Says TRL

One big challenge facing connected autonomous vehicle (CAV) testers is the number of road authority regulators “who haven’t got a clue”. That’s the view of Camilla Fowler, head of...

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20th November 2020

Renault Claims Success with Three-Year AV Project

Renault says it has completed its three-year real-world autonomous driving project claiming success with both its technology and consumer confidence. Starting in September 2017 in a region to the...

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18th November 2020

Don’t Scare Fleet Drivers with Aggressive Monitoring, Says Zenduit

It is possible that fleet drivers could actively avoid using a vehicle’s autonomous features unless organizations and regulators take into account where the driving is taking place. That’s the...

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18th November 2020

Mini Reveals its own Urbanite Driverless Lounge

Mini is the latest automaker to off the rolling lounge concept as its vision of what a driverless future could look like. Following in the tire tracks of the...

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17th November 2020

JLR Creates Irish Smart City Hub for AV Testing

Jaguar Land Rover is creating its own smart city technology hub to advance its capabilities in building autonomous vehicles. While partnering with global software, mobility and telecoms companies it...

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16th November 2020

Weekly Brief: Uber Could be Ditching its AV Dream

Uber could be selling its self-driving car division and appears to have found a potential buyer in rival autonomous vehicle start-up Aurora. The two have been negotiating the terms...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve

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12th November 2020

Solving the Chicken-and-Egg with Driverless Cars

KPMG claims that autonomous vehicles are being held back by the need for infrastructure to support them. The consultancy and analyst firm’s Autonomous Vehicle Readiness index (AVRI) ranks the...

By Graham Jarvis

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