Waymo’s CEO Sees Limits to Self-Driving on Eve of Launch
14th November 2018

Waymo’s CEO Sees Limits to Self-Driving on Eve of Launch

As Waymo prepares its self-driving taxi service for a December launch, CEO John Krafcik told an audience that autonomy has its limits.


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.


10th August 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Tech Won’t Threaten Trucking Jobs

The American Center for Mobility report found self-driving vehicle technology could be used to bolster the commercial trucking industry and would not threaten jobs.


2nd April 2018

BMW, Daimler Merging Mobility Services Divisions

BMW and Daimler have joined forces to focus on the future of city travel by combining their respective mobility services divisions.


23rd February 2018

Bosch Acquires Splitting Fares With an Eye Toward Ride-Sharing

Bosch believes that ride-sharing applications will only become more popular in the coming years. Now it's buying Splitting Fares, a startup that wants to take your office to work....


20th February 2018

Uber Movement Gives Officials Unique San Francisco View

Uber has brought its publicly available tool for viewing and analyzing Uber trip information to its hometown of San Francisco.The tool, called Uber Movement, provides large sets of data about...


7th February 2018

Daimler & Bosch Will Test Self-Driving Taxi Within Months

Daimler and Borsch are teaming up to bring a self-driving taxi to Germany streets -- and the tests will start soon.


30th January 2018

Voyage Brings Driverless Fleet to Florida Retirement Community

More than 125,000 senior citizens who live in The Villages retirement community in Florida will have access to autonomous vehicle rides.