Autonomous Vehicles

2nd October 2019

AV Consortium Claims London Trials Proves Tech is Ready

A consortium of autonomous specialists have claimed its trials of driverless cars in London proves the technology’s market readiness. The UK’s DRIVEN consortium has completed 30-month government-supported project demonstrating...

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1st October 2019

Breakthrough in V2X For Driverless Cars Claimed

A GPS positioning specialist is claiming a breakthrough in V2X technology that can position an autonomous vehicle within two centimeters when in underground locations or GPS ‘canyons’. Racelogic claims...

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30th September 2019

Weekly Brief: Driverless Dreamers Need to Get a Grip on Reality

This is beginning to sound like a broken record. Another carmaker, another tech company, another multi-billion-dollar partnership for self-driving cars. Last week Hyundai announced that it has teamed up...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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27th September 2019

Old, Dumb, Low-Earners Most Anti AVs, Says Audi

Asia, the young and high earners are among the most receptive of driverless technology. At the same time, the poorly educated low earners of ‘the West’ remain suspicious, an...

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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24th September 2019

Hyundai JV Promises Robo-Taxi By 2022

Hyundai’s latest joint venture could accelerate plans in autonomous vehicle technology as it hopes to launch a robo-taxi vehicle within three years. The carmaker has signed an agreement with...

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20th September 2019

Oxbotica Shows Speed of Recognition Required by AVs

Driverless vehicles will need to detect at least 150 other cars per second to cope with inner city traffic conditions. This is one of the findings from the UK’s...

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20th September 2019

Driverless Car Price Tags At Least $100K By 2022

Costs of sensor arrays for autonomous vehicles will still see car price tags of more than $100,000 by the year 2022. That’s the finding of a new study by...

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13th September 2019

UK University Installs Europe’s First Auto 5G Test Base

UK university researchers are claiming to have installed Europe’s first driverless car targeted 5G user equipment test bed. A team from the University of Warwick has embarked on a...

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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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9th September 2019

Weekly Brief: Connected Car Gold Rush Continues, No Matter the Peril

Connected car technology has become one of the key selling points in today’s market and can make the difference between which cars get bought and which languish on dealership...

Andrew Tolve

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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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