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Waymo & Phoenix Look to Improve Public Transportation
1st August 2018

Waymo & Phoenix Look to Improve Public Transportation

Waymo's self-driving vehicles could help connect Phoenix residents with first- and last-mile transport services to public transportation networks within the city.

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1st August 2018

Uber’s Self-Driving Car Woes Squeezed Out Its Trucks

With trying to focus on getting its autonomous cars back on the road following a fatal crash earlier this year, Uber needed to cut some programs, and the ax...

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1st August 2018

Mercedes A-class infotainment powered by Luxoft

Global IT service provider Luxoft Holding has partnered with automaker giant Daimler AG to develop an advanced software platform for the infotainment system installed in the latest Mercedes A-class...

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31st July 2018

Audi Electric Supercar to Rival Aston Martin, Pininfarina

The Audi PB 18 e-tron will make its debut later in August at Pebble Beach, but the carmaker is being tight-lipped about details ahead of the unveiling.

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31st July 2018

Toyota shows fuel-cell has legs with trucking

Toyota has waved its biggest flag yet for the hydrogen fuel-cell alternative to battery electric vehicles (BEVs) with the unveiling of a heavy duty truck boasting a range of...

31st July 2018

C-V2X better than DSRC, telecoms study claims

Two years of real-world cellular connectivity has proved C-V2X technology is the way forward for the connected car, a mobile telecoms network lobby group has claimed, reports Paul Myles....

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31st July 2018

Self-Driving Vans Start Carrying Passengers in Texas Town

In Frisco, Texas, startup Drive.ai is offering free rides on a specially designed, self-driving Nissan van along specific designated routes.

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30th July 2018

ADAS Features Still Leave Consumers Nervous

A Strategy Analytics report finds consumers are still wary about driver assistance systems that could help them park their cars.

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30th July 2018

Hyundai Mobis Develops Steering System for Autonomous Vehicles

The redundant control mode developed by Hyundai Mobis prevents accidents due to steering errors that could occur when the vehicle is in autonomous driving mode.

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30th July 2018

Mobility’s OK but hands off my company wheels!

Commercially owned fleet car drivers in the UK reveal a major stumbling block to diversified corporate mobility solutions by refusing to give up their company cars, reports Paul Myles....

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30th July 2018

London black cab boost by Volvo

Volvo is underscoring its commitment to electric vehicles (EVs) with its latest venture in a dealership tie-up with the iconic ‘London black cab’, writes Paul Myles. One of the...

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30th July 2018

Weekly Brief: Ford follows GM’s lead in fishing for investors

GM got rich when it spun off its self-driving unit now Ford wants to do the same. Andrew Tolve comments. Ford seems to be playing follow-my-leader to General Motors...

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