Autonomous Vehicles

13th April 2021

V2-Pedestrian Tech Launch Aims to Save 1M Lives

Vehicle-to-pedestrian communication technology has been launched claiming the potential to save one million lives a year currently taken in global road traffic accidents. North American technology company, !important Safety...

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12th April 2021

Weekly Brief: New Hands on Waymo’s Wheel to Decide Driverless Direction

The most consequential self-driving car company on the planet has new leadership to guide it forward. Waymo’s long-standing CEO, John Krafcik, has stepped aside and a pair of co-CEOs...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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6th April 2021

Ford Launches Retrofit Camera activated ‘Smart Mirror’ for LCVs

Ford has introduced its first retrofit camera activated ‘smart mirror’ for its Transit range of LCVs. Owners of both the Transit and the Transit Custom van models are being...

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1st April 2021

Xpeng Autonomous Drive Results Fail to Impress

Chinese automaker Xpeng has finally released data a full year after a ‘real-world’ autonomous driving expedition by a fleet of its production passenger vehicles. It claims that a total...

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19th March 2021

In-Door Mapping to Advance Automated Valet Parking

In-door mapping could soon advance automated valet parking to the mass market now that a production-ready navigation suite is available. Parking specialist Parkopedia has launched a production version of...

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15th March 2021

Weekly Brief: Regulation not a Bust but a Boon for Driverless Tech

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is sick and tired of waiting for federal self-driving car regulations. In a scathing letter to its sister agency, the National Highway Transportation...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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11th March 2021

Driving towards Level 2+ Sensor Fusion for ADAS

Utilizing a safe & scalable sensor fusion ecosystem to efficiently handle the complexity of sensor fusion for safety-critical automotive applications

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11th March 2021

Volvo Pitches for AV Tech Verification

Volvo has embarked on an autonomous vehicle simulation partnership with Foretellix in a bid to define verification of the technology both on highways and confined areas. Both companies hope...

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10th March 2021

Opening AV Tech Doors with Open-Source Software

Open source software solutions are already being deployed globally by automakers investing in autonomous vehicle technologies. The potential for open source software applications in everything from simulation and testing...

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8th March 2021

Weekly Brief: Cautious Honda Still First to the Level 3 Table

Honda has launched the world’s first production car with certified Level 3 self-driving technology. It goes by the name of the Honda Legend Hybrid EX and is a four-door...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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8th March 2021

VW Targets L4 Autonomous BEV By 2026

Volkswagen promises to commercially build and market a Level 4 capable autonomous BEV within five years. The all-electric sedan is to be built at its Wolfsburg plant in Germany...

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1st March 2021

Weekly Brief: Robo-Taxi Revolution Could be on Near Horizon

Fully autonomous vehicles arrived in Las Vegas last week. The AVs belong to self-driving startup Motional, which is a joint $4Bn venture shared by Hyundai and Aptiv. While the...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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