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26th June 2018

Toyota Invests in CARLA Open Source AV Simulator Project

The Toyota Research institute had invested a modest $100,000 in CARLA, an open source simulation project that can help in the development of autonomous vehicles.

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9th April 2018

Weekly Brief: Real world driverless testing could be banned

ACM believes that we should test and validate self-driving tech before we unleash it on public roads. Andrew Tolve reports. In the wake of two fatal accidents in the...

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19th March 2018

Weekly Brief: Lyft to build self-driving tech with auto supplier Magna

Lyft was happy to let others take the lead on building self-driving tech. Not anymore, reports Andrew Tolve. Don’t forget about Lyft. In the furious race to commercialise robo-taxi...

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9th March 2018

Driverless consumers to suck-it-and-see

The autonomous driving future is an exciting prospect for many of us but perhaps not the majority. Recent studies conducted by a variety of organisations indicate that quite a...

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22nd January 2018

Intel, Mobileye Will Use 2M Vehicles to Build HD Maps

Intel's Mobileye unit will equip BMWs, Nissans and Volkswagens to help crowdsource data for 3D HD mapping.

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16th January 2018

Weekly Brief: Self-driving cars run amok over CES 2018

Remember the halcyon days when consumer electronics were the stars of the Consumer Electronics Show? Andrew Tolve reports on how self-driving cars put an end to that. Last week...

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18th December 2017

Weekly Brief: Volvo dumps mass trial of full driverless tech

Volvo becomes the first carmaker to blink in the face of escalating pressure to get self-driving cars on the road. Andrew Tolve reports. Volvo’s plans to populate the streets...

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15th December 2017

Journeys on the edge: ADAS, data and edge computing

According to Recode magazine, “The future of advanced-edge computing is actually in autonomous cars”. The article says companies such as Intel, Nvidia, ARM, Harman and Qualcomm “see connected cars...

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4th December 2017

Weekly Brief: GM wants EV robo-taxi service operational by 2019

The number one US automaker sees autonomous ride-hailing as its key money maker in the near future. Andrew Tolve reports. As the auto world descended on Tinseltown for the...

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13th November 2017

Weekly Brief: Navya’s self-driving shuttle service launches with a crash

It took only two hours for this fancy new self-driving shuttle to get into a crash. Andrew Tolve reports. The first free self-driving shuttle service in America launched in...

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25th September 2017

Weekly Brief: London switches off hire lamp light on Uber

Uber could lose its toehold in one of the most important capital cities in the world. Andrew Tolve reports. London’s transport authority, Transport for London, dropped the axe on...

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21st August 2017

Weekly Brief: Fiat, BMW and Ford get real over driverless challenge

Have car giants admitted driverless tech too big to take on alone or too quickly? Andrew Tolve reports on a banner partnership and a 'bale-out'. Two titans of the...

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