Autonomous Vehicles

20th February 2020

JLR’s Fantastical Autonomous Dream

Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled its vision of an autonomous future with images of a shuttle-like concept vehicle. Its Project Vector imagines a driverless mini bus styled vehicle whose...

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18th February 2020

On-Road Belarus AV Tests Bring Closer Links With China

To most people in the western world, Belarus is just a speck on the map somewhere between Dublin and Tokyo. To technology experts, it is a small, albeit booming,...

By Roma Nazarov

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17th February 2020

Weekly Brief: Latest Driverless Crash Proves the Need

A Waymo self-diving vehicle was involved in a bizarre accident last month in Tempe, Arizona, police reports confirmed last week. The accident happened when a disgruntled former Waymo safety...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

13th February 2020

Russian Wake-Up Call From Winter AV Trials

Global warming is doing its job on Moscow: in mid-December, there is very little frost or snow. Yet, it’s a high latitude winter with long nights and darkness that...

By Roma Nazarov

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10th February 2020

Gordon Murray to Unveil Driverless City ‘Quadricycle’

Racing automotive technology specialist Gordon Murray Design will unveil a single-person city driverless “quadricycle” at a London mobility show tomorrow. The vehicle to be debuted at MOVE 2020 is designed...

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10th February 2020

Weekly Brief: US Regulator Allows First Driverless Vehicle Without Mirrors

Dropping a side-view mirror may not sound like much. Heck, if you drive in a major city like New York, Paris or London, side-view mirrors get dropped all the...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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6th February 2020

Continental Expands US Radar Sensor Capability

Continental hopes to boost its production of radar sensors for autonomous vehicle functions with the construction of a new plant in the US. It announced the plans to build...

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6th February 2020

Uber to Restart AV Testing in Frisco

Uber is set to restart real-world autonomous testing less than two years after its engineers were deemed culpable in the death of a pedestrian in Arizona. The Californian Department...

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3rd February 2020

Simultaneous AV Bus Trials for Five European Cities

Five European cities will host simultaneous autonomous public transport bus fleets in what is, arguably, the natural home for driverless technology. Three consortiums of companies have been awarded the...

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28th January 2020

Cadillac Catches Up With Lane Changing Tesla

Cadillac has added automated lane-changing to it latest Super Cruise system as it catches up with Tesla technology. Among other enhancements to the new system, automatic lane-changing should allow...

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27th January 2020

VW Promises Leading Level ADAS in Caddy LCV

Volkswagen is promising market-leading driver assistance for its new compact LCV to make its world debut at the end of February. The German automaker claims its new Caddy van...

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23rd January 2020

GM Cruise’s Driverless Damp Squib

General Motors’ Cruise has launched its first fully autonomous vehicle claiming it was “production ready” but, in truth, it remains only a concept. That’s because the Cruise Origin, constructed...

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