Systems

2nd April 2018

Nissan 2019 Lineup to Feature ‘ProPILOT Assist’

Derek Kramer, product planner at Nissan, reveals one of its latest technologies, ProPILOT Assist, which is aimed at reducing the hassle of stop-and-go highway driving.

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29th March 2018

Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion Concept Unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, Volkswagen unveiled its I.D. Vizzion concept car. It's VW's vision of what a Level 5 autonomous vehicle will look like in the year...

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27th March 2018

Nvidia Looks to Speed Up Virtual Self-Driving Testing

At its GTC event this week, Nvidia unveiled Drive Constellation, a new system that will allow car and tech companies to test self-driving and autonomous technology in virtual environments.

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23rd March 2018

Cisco-Jasper Providing Easy Provision, Network Access & Automation to Connected Cars

Krish Inbarajan, global head of Connected Car at Cisco-Jasper, explains how Cisco IoT comprises many of the core assets of Cisco-Jasper, including how their control centers act as platforms...

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9th March 2018

Aston Martin Lagonda Pushes Limits of Self-Driving Luxury

The Aston Martin Lagonda concept car sports an interior swaddled in silk and cashmere, ceramic tile, and offers a radical vision of what a luxury mobility experience could be....

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8th March 2018

Phantom Auto Connects Spooked Cars to Remote Drivers

In a world of obstacles, sometimes even the best self-driving need a little help. Startup Phantom Auto offers remote driving help.

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7th March 2018

VW Unveils I.D. Vizzion, SEDRIC School Bus in Geneva

The I.D. Vizzion, a fully autonomous consumer sedan with no pedals or steering wheel, means more interior space, capped by a panoramic moonroof, no less, according to VW. The...

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5th March 2018

5 Things Waymo’s 360 Video Doesn’t Say About Driverless Cars

Waymo 360-degree driverless car video is a good public relations production, but it leaves out a lot about what driverless cars mean for the future. Here are five points...

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26th February 2018

Connected Cars Edging Toward ‘3rd Place’

For years, people had three connected places they could go: Their home, their office and their local coffee shop. Now, however, connected cars are looking to edge out bistros...

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22nd February 2018

Gallup: US Drivers Not Sold on Autonomous Vehicles

A Gallup poll asked nearly 3,300 US adults their opinions about autonomous and self-driving vehicles. The results are in stark contrast to the enthusiasm coming out of Silicon Valley...

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15th February 2018

Connected Cars Make Drivers Feel Safer, but More Distracted

An Esurance survey of more than 1,000 US car owners finds that most aren't willing to turn over the wheel to self-driving vehicles right now. The report also notes...

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12th February 2018

Industrial Mobility Adoption Faces Cost, Safety Roadblocks

Despite cross-country driving test successes, manufacturers are skeptical about industrial mobility and the immature technology powering it, according to a recent report from PwC.

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