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6th April 2018

Tested: Ford Edge Vignale 2.0 TDCI – premium tech for ‘the masses’

Technology in cars is not unlike technology anywhere – when it works it’s great, when it doesn’t it’s less than useless. Perhaps the only difference in the automotive world...

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5th April 2018

AV START Bill Under Fire Following Uber, Tesla Crashes

Following a pair of fatal crashes involving Uber and Tesla vehicles, US Sen. Richard Blumenthal and consumer advocacy groups are looking to bolster the safety and reporting standards of...

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5th April 2018

Stanford, Purdue Project May Improve AV Laser Steering Tech

A joint research project by Stanford and Purdue universities has resulted in the discovery of new laser steering technology that is more compact and significantly faster than current systems....

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4th April 2018

Worried About Autopilot? Driver Assistance Is Going Mainstream

The fatal crash involving a Tesla last week is putting the company's Autopilot software under the microscope. However, this type of technology is becoming more mainstream every day.

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3rd April 2018

Waymo, Honda Reportedly Partnering on AV Development

Following a fatal crash in Arizona involving a self-driving Uber vehicle, Tesla is facing questions after a driver was killed while using Autopilot in his Model X.

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3rd April 2018

Jaguar, Waymo Releasing All-Electric & Driverless Car, the 2019 I-Pace

Jaguar and Waymo teamed up to create the all-electric and self-driving car called the I-Pace. It utilizes Lidar and AI software to scan the terrains and drive on its...

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3rd April 2018

Fatal Tesla Crash Puts Autopilot in Spotlight Again

While the automated truck market is expected to grow steadily to $1.7 billion by 2025, the Allied Market Research report notes that hacking concerns could put a brake on...

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2nd April 2018

BMW, Daimler Merging Mobility Services Divisions

BMW and Daimler have joined forces to focus on the future of city travel by combining their respective mobility services divisions.

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30th March 2018

Uber’s Woes Signal Tougher Times for Autonomous Cars

Uber has been a controversial company before this month's fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle in Arizona. Now, the pressure on the company, and the whole autonomous industry, is...

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28th March 2018

Nvidia CEO Sees a Long, Simulated Road to AVs

At the GTC show this week, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that the key to autonomous vehicles was continued testing in simulated environments. He also talked up the company's...

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28th March 2018

Waymo, Jaguar Team Up to Offer Luxury, Self-Driving SUV

Waymo and Jaguar Land Rover announce a luxury, self-driving SUV based on the iconic car company's I-PACE design. The first of these is expected to start testing later this...

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26th March 2018

Berlin Tests Self-Driving Minibus at Charité Hospital Campus

Yellow, quiet and driverless – so begins Berlin's inaugural test of autonomous minibuses, which could pave the way for their more extensive deployment across the city.

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