14th March 2019

AVs Need More Snow Training, Moscow Trial Reveals

Bad roads are a well-known fact about Russia and the dependence of driverless vehicles on high quality of infrastructure is another known. Yet, nobody in the country believes in...

By Roma Nazarov


14th January 2019

Weekly Brief: Voice Assistants Were CES’ Stars, AVs its Punchline

Autonomous vehicles were out in force in Las Vegas last week for the Consumer Electronics Show. Showgoers who opened the Lyft app got a message asking if they wanted...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve


10th January 2019

AV Players Seeking New Ways to Reach the Public & Lawmakers

Despite the hype, makers of autonomous vehicle technology are still having a hard time reaching the public, as well as lawmakers who want to regulate the industry. At CES,...


9th January 2019

Mobileye CEO: Automation Can Save Lives Without Self-Driving Cars

At CES this week, Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua detailed how the company's technology can make driving safer, even if that falls short of fully autonomous vehicles doing all the...


9th January 2019

Standardized Neural Networks Could Help Machine Learning

The ever increasing volume of data captured by technology continues to transform the nature and direction of business activities across the globe and the automotive sector is no different....

By Andrew Williams


27th November 2018

Mobileye Taps AWS for the Lifeblood of AVs: Cloud Computing

At the AWS reinvent show in Las Vegas, Mobileye is tapping into the company's cloud computing resources to create new autonomous vehicle technology.


19th November 2018

Bus Operator Claims Safety Tech Cuts Crashes, Injuries

A London bus operator says its trial of “collision avoidance” technology “has reduced avoidable collisions” and the injuries they cause. Abellio London says Intel subsidiary Mobileye’s tech has reduced...


5th November 2018

Ups and Downs of Gamers in Driverless Tech

Not long ago, some assumed graphics card maker Nvidia was set to be the dominant provider of autonomous vehicle platforms. Recent developments have thrown shade on that optimism, although...

By Eric Volkman


26th October 2018

US Consumers Think Driverless Tech Widespread in 50 Years

Although use of autonomous vehicles is expected to be widespread 50 years from now, US consumers are still highly wary of the technology. While current acceptance rates of autonomous...


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.


ZF Marshall Updates Camera Designed for ADAS Platforms
16th August 2018

ZF Marshall Updates Camera Designed for ADAS Platforms

As autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles develop, cameras will play an integral role in keeping them on the road and away from other objects. The US-based manufacturing arm of German...


2nd July 2018

Intel’s RSS Framework Sets Safety Apart in AV Development

Before resigning last month, former Intel CEO Brian Krzanich laid out a vision for creating safer autonomous vehicles. Here's what the chip maker's Responsibility-Sensitive Safety philosophy could mean to...