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24th May 2018

Apple, VW Buckle Up for Autonomous Vehicle Partnership

Apple's autonomous vehicle plans are taking a small step into the real world by teaming up with Volkswagen on self-driving campus shuttles.

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24th May 2018

Uber Leaves Arizona to Move AV Testing Closer to Its Engineers

Following the fatal accident involving a self-driving vehicle and a pedestrian in Arizona, Uber is planning to leave the state to move its testing program closer to the company's...

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23rd May 2018

AAA Survey: AV Accidents Put Americans on Edge

Crashes involving Waymo and Uber self-driving vehicles – though caused by humans, not the cars themselves – have fueled fears about autonomous vehicles and technology, according to a new...

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23rd May 2018

Waymo Could Dominate $2.8T Self-Driving Market

A UBS study finds that Waymo is poised to take about 60% of a $2.8 trillion market for self-driving vehicles.

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22nd May 2018

Renesas, Magna Partner on ADAS Sensors for Automated Parking

The Renesas and Magna platform, based on a low-power SoC, offers a 360-degree photorealistic 3D view of the vehicle's environment to better offer automated parking to drivers.

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22nd May 2018

GDPR May Be Slowing Connected Car Growth

The European Union's GDPR rules could be one factor in the slowdown of connected car sales. Automakers are also still trying to gauge the public's reaction to new technologies....

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21st May 2018

OEMs Need Software Partners as Connectivity Demands Grow

Connected cars are not only seen as cool, they are essential to the future of transportation -- and automakers need software partners for a market edge, according to one...

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21st May 2018

Bosch Gives Motorcycles a Shot at Safety Automation

While there are more passenger vehicles on the road than motorcycles, these bikes would benefit even more from advanced safety features and V2V communication. Bosch has a plan to...

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18th May 2018

Automated Parking Assist Coming Soon to UK Roads

The UK will start letting its drivers use an ADAS platform to remotely park vehicles starting next month, as long as they are in or within 25 feet of...

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18th May 2018

Hey Bot, what do you know about reasonable driving behaviour?

The ethical challenges of AI in a driverless future, investigated by Eric Volkman. It’s a science-fiction trope as old as the genre itself – a sentient machine (robot, spacecraft,...

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18th May 2018

Mobileye Inks Deal to Supply Automation for 8M Cars

In one of its biggest deals to date, Intel's Mobileye division will supply automation and ADAS technology to 8 million vehicles.

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18th May 2018

Ride-sharing services have a wide-open future, says Vulog

There’s not yet a winning model for ride-sharing schemes, Vulog’s Alex Thibault told Susan Kuchinskas. Which entities are best-suited to deploy, operate and profit from ride-sharing services? Many more...

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