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25th September 2019

Lease Models Could Boost Autonomous Adoption, Says Continental

Renting autonomous features and functions when you want them could be the way to accelerate acceptance and affordability of driverless technology. This is the opinion of Ralph Lauxmann head...

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9th September 2019

Parking Garages For Connected Driverless Cars

The anticipated presence of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) will require an array of smart infrastructure to fully reap the benefits of self-driving vehicles. This also extends to parking...

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2nd September 2019

Weekly Brief: Autonomous Industry Shelves Safety Issues in Push for Deregulation

Companies from across the self-driving car industry have sent a resounding message to the United States government last week. They say it’s time to update the Federal Motor Vehicle...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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15th August 2019

Shifting Driverless Standards Needed in a Changing World

Countries around the world look to maintain advantages in driverless vehicle development. The latest move was the announcement from British firm BSI that it is partnering with Department for...

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6th August 2019

Consumers Remain Distant From Driverless Tipping Point

There is no true progress without resistance and there are fewer technologies progressing faster than assisted driving. For proof, look no further than the driverless car pilot project General...

By Eric Volkman

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29th July 2019

Weekly Brief: General Motors Latest to Slam Brakes on Driverless Tech

How starry-eyed we were 18 months ago? Waymo stood on the doorstep of launching its robo-taxi service and General Motors’ Cruise announced that it was on the precipice of...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

25th July 2019

Russians May Smile on AVs But Roads Aren’t Ready

Autonomous vehicles may have a few technocrat fans in Russia yet the nation is clearly not leading the way in being ready for the technology. In the 2019 edition...

By Roma Nazarov

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22nd July 2019

Weekly Brief: BMW’s Latest Kowtow Chasing Chinese Driverless Cash

There’s a lot of buzz about self-driving cars in the West. Yet, with all the pilots underway on the autobahns of Germany to the sunny streets of Phoenix, Arizona,...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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15th July 2019

Weekly Brief: VW’s Driverless Investment Possibly Premature?

What began as whispers of a potential partnership materialized last week into one of the blockbuster deals of the summer. Volkswagen will invest $2.6Bn into self-driving start-up Argo AI....

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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12th July 2019

Aussie Robo-Bus Service Goes Live

An autonomous vehicle developer is claiming the world’s first commercial robo-bus service in Australia. Via has announced its AV program, dubbed BusBot, is now fully operational and serving a...

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4th July 2019

Advanced Drivers Join Chorus Against Driverless Tech

Advanced drivers in the UK are just as suspicious of driverless technology as most motorists globally. A survey by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has found more than...

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1st July 2019

Weekly Brief: Apple Saves Start-Up From AV Scrapyard

What a week it was for self-driving start-up Drive.ai, which awoke on Monday with plans to close its operations and sack staff but then went to bed on Friday...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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