Autonomous Vehicles

4th February 2019

Weekly Brief: Communists Driving World’s Biggest AV Adoption

China, the world’s largest auto market, may have been late to the party when it came to autonomous technology but it has all the key ingredients to become the...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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1st February 2019

China Gets First Autonomous Parking Tech

A Chinese company is claiming to have developed the country’s first all-hours, all-conditions self-parking technology for cars. HoloMatic says its HoloParking system allows the driver to exit their vehicle...

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1st February 2019

Singapore Publishes Provisional AV Standards

The Singaporean government has published a set of provisional standards on the development and introduction of autonomous vehicles. The government’s recently established Enterprise Singapore agency devised the standards at...

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31st January 2019

Colorado Accelerates AV Uptake With Shuttle Service

Colorado has become the latest state to trial a ‘last-mile’ autonomous vehicle shuttle service within a limited area. For the next four to six months, EasyMile will use electric...

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31st January 2019

Harman’s Till: Level 5 AVs Could Hit Motorways by Mid-2020s

Harman’s vice-president of technology has claimed we could see Level 5 autonomous vehicles on motorways as soon as the mid-2020s. In an exclusive and wide-ranging interview with TU-Automotive, Andrew Till...

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30th January 2019

PSA Begins AV Testing in China

PSA Group has become the first French carmaker to begin autonomous vehicle testing in China. It has announced this week that it has obtained a licence to start AV...

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29th January 2019

Electronics Maker Developing Automotive Cyber-Security, AV Tech

A Chinese automotive electronics maker has chosen to base its development of cyber-security and autonomous vehicle technologies in Singapore. Desay SV says it will use its existing Advanced Development...

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28th January 2019

Continental’s Hohm: AV Market to ‘Dual-Stream’

Continental’s autonomous vehicle director says he expects the autonomous vehicle market to develop in a ‘two-streamed’ way. In an exclusive interview with TU-Automotive, Andree Hohm, the component maker’s director of...

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28th January 2019

Weekly Brief: Micro-Autonomy May Be Key to Bots in Our Lives

Ever wonder what the world will look like 10 years from now? Say you were to hop into a time-traveling rocket and set the touch-down date not for some...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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25th January 2019

Two-Zone Ride-Share AV Cabin Unveiled

A Chinese auto interior specialist has unveiled its vision of a future driverless car cabin centered on providing two distinct passenger zones. The Yanfeng XiM20 interior claims to provide...

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25th January 2019

Amazon Scouting Out Delivery Bot Market

Amazon has unveiled its latest attempt at devising a last-mile delivery bot in the shape of its six-wheeled Scout. While the digital commerce giant has invested in several pilot...

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25th January 2019

AVs Will Have to ‘Read’ Pedestrian Body Language

Fatal car accidents cost the lives of more than a million people globally each year but few incidents have received as much attention as the self-driving Uber collision that...

By Louis Bedigian

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