Autonomous Vehicles

8th October 2021

Volkswagen Presents its Vision of Future Mobility at ITS

Volkswagen will present its vision of future mobility led by electrification, data and autonomous driving technology this week. Its strategy will be outlined at the ITS World Congress in...


1st October 2021

Half of UK Drivers Think they are Better than AI Powered Robots

UK drivers remain suspicious about automated driving with nearly half thinking they are better drivers than robots. This was among the findings of a survey run by Volkswagen Financial...


28th September 2021

Volvo Unveils its Autonomous VNL Truck for the US

Volvo has unveiled its long-haul prototype autonomous truck that it hopes will a key step towards making Class 8 HGVs commercially in North America. The project is a joint...


22nd September 2021

The State of the Connected Autonomous Nation

Connected, autonomous vehicles traveling down their own designated, uncongested lanes and improving mobility on a smart highway. That is the reality which a joint venture aims to create in...

By Robert Gray

20th September 2021

‘World’s Largest’ Open Dataset for AVs Launched

University researchers in Sweden claim to have launched the world’s biggest open dataset for the development of autonomous vehicles. Autonomous transport systems on roads, water and in the air,...


17th September 2021

Industry Voices: The Tesla Emphasis on Vision

Opinion piece by Brad Rosen, co-founder and chief operating officer of NODAR, a provider of multi-camera 3D vision technology for advanced driver-assistant systems and autonomous vehicles. NHTSA has opened...


17th September 2021

Stellantis Shows Off its Level 3 Technology

Stellantis has presented its findings from a pilot program testing Level 3 autonomous vehicles on public Italian highways. Its group research center (CRF) has taken part in the “C-Roads...


10th September 2021

Handling the Inevitable Driverless Tech Accident

Many of the proponents for autonomous vehicles say they are safer than human drivers, reducing accidents, deaths, and injuries. However, an article by Tony Gillespie, visiting professor, electronic and...

By Graham Jarvis


8th September 2021

Leveraging high fidelity Simulation and ADAS data recording to enhance capabilities for SIL/HIL applications and digital twins

Shifting left or front loading more of your test strategy is a must to accelerate the development of ADAS and Automated Driving functionality. Simulation and modeling are both the...


3rd September 2021

Audi’s Second Sphere Concept a ‘Jet for the Road’

Audi will unveil what it promises could be a “private jet for the road” complete with Level 4 retractable steering wheel autopilot autonomous capabilities. It will be presenting the...


1st September 2021

Continental’s Focus is on Self-Driving and Cars as Computers

Automotive supplier giant Continental will focus on presenting its views that cars must become mobile super-computers and be self-driving at the IAA Mobility Show in Munich. It envisages the...


30th August 2021

Weekly Brief: Games Accident Shows Even Giants Stumble in an AV World

A Toyota self-driving shuttle operated by a human driver struck a visually impaired athlete at the Tokyo Paralympic Games last week. The accident happened on just the second day...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve