Einride

9th October 2020

Einride Unveils ‘Fleet-Ready’ Autonomous BEV Truck

Einride launched its electric self-driving ‘Pod’ promising more of a fleet management solution than just a hip new product. Hosting the digital launch of its range of Einride Autonomous...

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12th March 2020

Ericsson Ramps Up C-V2X Capability

The Russian automotive industry doesn’t make it into the world’s top 20 countries in terms of production with little more than 500,000 vehicles produced annually. However, its voice is...

By Roma Nazarov

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Weekly Brief: JLR Car Sickness Cure Vital For Driverless
12th November 2018

Weekly Brief: JLR Car Sickness Cure Vital For Driverless

A whole bunch of people are about to get car sick. That’s the dirty secret behind the self-driving car revolution. We hear a lot about how many accidents self-driving...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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Ericsson Developing Electric Connected Autonomous Trucks
8th November 2018

Ericsson Developing Electric Connected Autonomous Trucks

Ericsson is collaborating with a Swedish AV start-up and a telco to develop all-electric autonomous trucks with 5G connectivity. The company is working with Einride and Telia at a...

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6th August 2018

Weekly Brief: Demise of Uber trucks shows how volatile driverless industry can be

Uber’s self-driving program was undone by a single pedestrian fatality and who says Waymo won’t be next? Andrew Tolve reports. The AV industry is balanced on a knife edge....

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3rd August 2018

Sweden’s Einride Has Robotic Trucks, but the System’s the Thing

Swedish startup Einride is looking to bring trucking to the next level with an all-electric, autonomous vehicle called the T-log.

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18th July 2018

Weekly Brief: Daimler sets sights on Silicon Valley’s first robotaxi service

The service will enter test mode in the second half of 2019. Andrew Tolve reports. Daimler and Bosch want to beat Waymo in its own backyard. The carmaker and Tier-1 supplier announced last week that they...

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