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24th July 2018

Toyota Using Hydrogen Fuel Cells & AI to Mobilize 2020 Olympics

The Summer 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo will be a showcase of sustainable, autonomous vehicle technology, as well as sportsmanship, from Toyota.

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24th July 2018

Thumbs down for EV despite UK government push

Consumers are displaying a lot less enthusiasm for electric vehicles than carmakers and regulators, a UK survey has revealed, reports Paul Myles. As the government unveils its Road to...

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24th July 2018

Data Exposure Hints at Risks to Automakers

Cybersecurity company UpGuard found over 157GB of proprietary data from GM, Ford, Fiat Chrysler and other automakers exposed on the open Internet.

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23rd July 2018

UK EV Law Paves Way for Rapid Rollout of Charging Stations

The AEV Act is part of the UK's big push towards a future with autonomous, electrically powered vehicles.

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23rd July 2018

Waymo CEO: Self-Driving Cars Racking Up 25,000 Miles a Day

Waymo CEO John Krafcik announced that the company's self-driving vehicles have passed the 8-million-mile mark on public rounds, which means its cars are traveling about 25,000 miles every day.

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23rd July 2018

Uber & Cargo Partner for In-Car Shopping

Uber and Cargo are looking to combine two great American pastimes: shopping and driving.

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23rd July 2018

Driverless bus under development in UK

Work has begun on trialing the country’s first full-sized driverless bus, writes Paul Myles. A public transport provider has announced plans to develop the first full-size driverless bus to...

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23rd July 2018

Alarm app to boost good driver behavior

A car tracking specialist is applying its vehicle security software to create an app monitoring and improving drivers’ behavior for personal owners and small businesses, reports Paul Myles. Rewire...

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23rd July 2018

Weekly Brief: BMW takes on Uber and Lyft in ride-hailing

ReachNow will offer car-sharing and ride-hailing through the same app interface. Andrew Tolve reports. BMW is ready to take on the big guns. In its latest urban mobility gambit, its ReachNow car-sharing service...

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20th July 2018

Shifting up public acceptance of autonomous tech

Ways to break through consumers fear barrier against driverless tech, explored by Robert Gray. Autonomous vehicles and the latest ADAS features may be a tougher sell to the American...

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20th July 2018

Startup Light Nets $121M in Funding From Softbank & Leica

Bay Area startup focused on 3D imaging believes its camera and sensor technologies can replace Lidar.

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20th July 2018

Sky’s the limit for autonomous airport savings

Research reveals airport logistics will make big savings thanks to autonomous vehicles, reports Paul Myles. Airports stand to be among the biggest winners in autonomous vehicle technology with a...

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