3rd April 2020

Volvo to Focus on AV Software Development

Volvo has decided to move its autonomous technology focus towards developing the software required to make it a reality. Its strategy was revealed with the splitting of its 50;50...


2nd April 2020

Bosch Claims AV Shuttles That Solve Problems

Bosch claims it has developed an autonomous shuttle that can fault check itself when on-board systems fail. The automotive supply giant says its Project 3F delivers “driverless and fault-tolerant...


1st April 2020

2G, Not 5G, Best Bet to Accelerate Driverless Tech

Making our existing cars more ‘clever’ could be a better way of getting autonomous cars safely on our streets rather than relying on 5G connectivity. That’s the view of...


1st April 2020

No Amount of AV Test Miles Predicts Every Scenario

While autonomous driving is expected to save lives being better than human drivers, AVs will probably be held to a higher standard than human-piloted cars. It’s not a technical...


31st March 2020

ADAS Revenues Now Rather than Autonomous Cash Later

The long and winding road to the upper levels of autonomy, namely Level 4 and Level 5 vehicle automation, are far in the future. That means automakers should be...

25th March 2020

First Open Source AI for Driverless Agri Vehicles

A Russian project for driverless agricultural vehicles has launched what it claims is the first open source AI dataset. Cognitive Pilot, a joint venture of Russia’s Sberbank and the...


9th March 2020

Motown Gets Virtual Driverless Mcity

A simulation software specialist has created a virtual digital twin of Michigan driverless test facility, Mcity. The digital twin of the purpose-built facility at the University of Michigan for...


9th March 2020

Weekly Brief: Waymo Surges to $30Bn Valuation with Latest LiDAR

A fleet of sleek, self-driving Jaguars has hit the streets in Northern California. They’re carrying on board what Waymo said last week is its most advanced driverless technology ever....

Commentary By Andrew Tolve


6th March 2020

BlackBerry’s Pitch for Driverless Dominance

The technological world is littered with companies that once sold ‘The Hot New Thing’. When technology and trends moved on, though, these businesses were left behind. One such company...

By Eric Volkman


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...


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


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...