Autonomous Vehicles

25th August 2022

UK Drivers Want to Keep Holding the Steering Wheel

UK motorists remain cautious about autonomous driven vehicles saying they would not give up the steering wheel. A survey of more than 2,000 drivers for auto insurance provider, InsuretheGap,...

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16th August 2022

Regulatory Standards Hold Key to CAV Development

Quite often and in many industries, such as financial services, there is call for the reduction of regulation and the liberalization of market. In the case of connected and...

By Graham Jarvis

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9th August 2022

Research Claims Driverless Tech Still too Easy to Trick

Autonomous vehicles can be easily manipulated into performing undesirable driving behavior through the placement of ordinary objects on the roadside, according to a study from the University of California,...

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9th August 2022

Sensible 4 Takes its AV Technology to Market

Finnish autonomous driving specialist Sensible 4 has launched its first commercial product claiming driverless capabilities in severe winter conditions without road markings. Its Dawn platform is the culmination of...

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8th August 2022

Weekly Brief: Tesla Claims Deflate Again while Drivers Demand Safety

All eyes were supposed to be on Texas last week as Tesla held its annual Cyber Roundup for shareholders at its Giga Texas plant. At the meeting, Elon Musk...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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22nd July 2022

UK University Autonomous Sensor China Deal Blocked

UK government ministers have blocked a university’s commercial relationship with a Chinese company over vision-sensing technology with automotive autonomous applications. The government has cited national security concerns in stopping...

21st July 2022

Baidu Unveils ‘Cheap’ Robo-Taxi in China

China’s leading digital giant, Baidu, has unveiled its latest, and cheapest, robo-taxi to operate within its Apollo Go commercial service. The BBC reports that the company’s new fully autonomous...

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18th July 2022

Weekly Brief: Autonomous Tech Under Safety Microscope

The California Public Utilities Commission may suspend or revoke Cruise’s driverless permit in San Francisco following accusations that the company has overlooked safety issues in its race to commercialize...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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15th July 2022

How Autonomous Indy Car Advances the Tech

After appearing at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this past January with the first high-speed head-to-head autonomous racecar competition, The Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) sped into Orlando a few...

By Sarah Wyatt

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15th July 2022

Škoda’s MPV Concept Imagines Autonomous Future

Škoda has revealed its vision of a future autonomous people carrier with the first interior sketch of its seven-seater Vision 7S. The automaker uses sustainable materials to create the...

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14th July 2022

Designing Automated Systems is All About the Humans

Human-centric design is about looking at what consumers want from smart experiences in terms of how the manufacturers connected emotionally with the things they make, be it cars or...

By Graham Jarvis

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7th July 2022

Russia’s AV Industry Hit Hard by War Sanctions

Several Russian driverless projects have been shuttered and others are facing hurdles caused by economic sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine. Four months before, TU-Automotive reported that Yandex anticipated...

By Roma Nazarov

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