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21st February 2019

Tested: Honda CR-V 1.5 VTEC Turbo – Great Things Come in Small Packages

Miniaturization happens in many industry sectors but few require it more than the field of the automotive powertrain. Because while engineers battle to reduce the scale of hydrogen fuel-cell...

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20th February 2019

Russian AV Developers Critical of Kremlin’s Street Tests Project

Developers of self-driving vehicles used to complain of the lack of legislation and absence of extensive testing programs on public roads as two major factors compromising progress. Finally, the...

By Roma Nazarov

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19th February 2019

Satellite Providers Claim to Close Cellular Connectivity Gaps

The future of the connected car is orbiting in space. At least, that’s what proponents of satellite technology espouse. Satellite, of course, is the backbone of the GPS technology...

By Eric Volkman

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18th February 2019

Radar Must Become Hi-Def in a Driverless World, Says Arbe

Driverless car accidents will continue to happen until sensor technology can become truly high definition. That’s the opinion of Bert Fransis senior product director at Arbe Robotics who pointed...

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15th February 2019

Auto Industry To Police Driverless Safety, Says UK Minister

Safety standards for testing driverless vehicles will be left to the automotive industry to police, according to a UK government minister. This was confirmed by Transport Minister Jesse Norman...

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14th February 2019

Driverless Cars Not Safe Enough For Public Roads, Tests Results Suggest

Autonomous technology is not safe for public highways according to a study by a consumer interests body. This comes following reports demanded by the California Department of Motor Vehicles...

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13th February 2019

AVs Could Change the Face of Tourism, Study Suggests

Few of us need to be told that the proliferation of ADAS-packed and, perhaps, ultimately 100% autonomous vehicles will affect a great many industries. Some of these are obvious...

By Eric Volkman

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12th February 2019

Defensive Driving is AV’s Natural MO, Says Arm

Most people aren’t known for driving defensively. Whether or not robots can do better is anyone’s guess but Robert Day, director of automotive solutions and platforms at Arm, thinks...

By Louis Bedigian

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10th February 2019

AVs Need National Standard, Says Addison Lee

A private hire firm has called for standardization of regulation across all local authorities to ensure safety in future robo-taxi services. The call came in an interview with TU-Automotive by Andrew...

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8th February 2019

Fuel Cell Still Vital in Multi-Solution Future Mobility, Says Honda

Honda is one of the prime movers in promoting hydrogen fuel cell technology and yet it still doesn’t see a future with just one dominant powertrain. Global pressures to...

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7th February 2019

MaaS Set to Get Rolling in Stockholm

At the beginning of 2019, a commercial mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) operation will launch in the Swedish capital Stockholm offering households five mobility modes – public transport, car-sharing, rental cars, taxis...

By Siegfried Mortkowitz

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5th February 2019

Consumers Will Pay For Autonomous Safety, Kia Says

Motorists are already being conditioned to accept the expected driverless technology by current ADAS being employed in vehicles. That’s the view of Michael Cole, chief operating officer and executive...

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