AV

9th January 2019

AV Tech Viewed with More Skepticism, Deloitte Study Finds

Despite major announcements at CES this week, a Deloitte study show a grow skepticism of AV technology in several major markets around the globe.

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27th December 2018

AV Test Centers Boom Due to ‘Less Liability’

Ford, Daimler, and FCA were among the global players building brand new test centers in 2018 - and turning legacy infrastructure into future proving grounds.

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26th December 2018

How US States Jumped on the Autonomous Bandwagon in 2018

Over the last 12 months, numerous US states took steps to lure autonomous vehicle developers, hoping to emulate the success of leaders California and Arizona.

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Waymo’s Latest Moves Show How Critical Safety Is for AVs
29th November 2018

Waymo’s Latest Moves Show How Critical Safety Is for AVs

With its self-driving taxi service preparing to launch, Waymo is taking no chances and is now boosting its safety approach to AVs.

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6th November 2018

Uber Bids to Restart AV Tests in Pittsburgh, but Company Isn’t Rushing

Six months after a fatal crash involving one of its autonomous vehicles, Uber is taking the first steps to restart its program in Pittsburgh.

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30th October 2018

VW & Intel’s Mobileye Plan AV Ride-Sharing in Israel

Volkswagen, Intel's Mobileye division and the state of Israel are looking to develop a commercial autonomous taxi service in that country by 2022.

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24th October 2018

Nvidia: More Computing Power Makes for Safer AVs

In a filing with the US DOT, Nvidia details how more computing power, whether it's in the data center or on the road, is key to autonomous vehicle safety.

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18th October 2018

AV Start-Up Momenta, Now a Unicorn, Tops $1Bn in Funding

Momenta proclaims its unicorn status with a new investment round that brings the autonomous vehicle startup's total valuation to north of $1 billion.

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12th October 2018

Intel & Arizona Partner on Institute for Automated Mobility

The partnership between Intel and Arizona is part of the state's big plan to remain at the forefront of autonomous vehicle development through testing and regulatory efforts.

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4th October 2018

GM & Honda Partnership Looks to Close the AV Gap With Waymo

The partnership between GM's Cruise division and Honda is a way for both companies to develop better autonomous technology, while closing the gap between their efforts and Waymo's early...

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Ford Seeks a Universal Language for Driverless Vehicles
3rd October 2018

Ford Seeks a Universal Language for Driverless Vehicles

Ford is testing new technology in some of its vehicles that can show whether a car is driving, yielding or accelerating. The company hopes this becomes the gold standard...

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24th September 2018

AV START Fueling Fight Over How Much Power to Give Washington

The AV START Act could open the doors to widespread testing of autonomous vehicles on public roads. Proponents want to get the bill though the Senate, but some worry...

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