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News, Analysis & Perspective on Autonomous Vehicles

No driver? No problem, says Ottawa autonomous vehicle advocate

Posted on Jan 27, 2019 in Cars, News, Trucks

On a wintry week when just about everything that could go wrong on local roadways  did go wrong, news the province would be easing...

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Texas DOT forms connected and autonomous vehicle task force

Posted on Jan 24, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Policy & Regulation, Trucks

Texas Department of Transportation is going to create a Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Task Force to become a central point for...

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Autonomous vehicles: Where are they taking us next? – Part 2

Posted on Jan 24, 2019 in Buses, Cars, Perspective, Trucks

As the nation moves toward deployment of autonomous and connected vehicles, safety remains a top priority for public and private sector...

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Developers seek to advance truck platooning through higher automation, global demonstrations

Posted on Jan 23, 2019 in News, Trucks

Truck platooning has not yet advanced beyond the testing and development stage, but proponents and developers of the technology continue...

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Autonomous vehicles: Where are they taking us next? – Part 1

Posted on Jan 23, 2019 in Buses, Cars, Perspective, Trucks

As emerging technologies such as connected and autonomous vehicles are deployed on a wider scale, disruptive innovations are poised to...

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Capitol agenda for the week of Jan. 21: Autonomous anxiety

Posted on Jan 22, 2019 in Cars, News, Policy & Regulation, Trucks

Consumer trust will be a key factor for realizing the potential safety benefits of autonomous vehicles, Transportation Secretary Elaine...

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Human Horizons unveils smart road project for autonomous driving

Posted on Jan 22, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Technology, Trucks

Human Horizons (HH), a new Chinese startup focusing on “smart” technologies and new energy vehicles, unveils its Smart Road Demonstration...

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“We now have the computing power we need to move at speed”

Posted on Jan 17, 2019 in Cars, Perspective, Technology, Trucks

ZF CEO Scheider sees autonomous people movers as a growth market. At CES in Las Vegas, his company announced that mobility provider...

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Presence of autonomous vehicles felt in US

Posted on Jan 17, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Perspective, Trucks

Technology is changing the transportation landscape as freight carriers move toward self-driving vehicles and public officials look for...

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From product to service – ZF gears up for future mobility

Posted on Jan 16, 2019 in Buses, Cars, Technology, Trucks

It’s a trend underpinned by era-defining technology that has fundamentally changed the way people interact, consume media and even travel....

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TuSimple proceeds with plans to build world’s largest self-driving truck fleet

Posted on Jan 15, 2019 in News, Trucks

Autonomous truck developer TuSimple said it will expand its U.S. test fleet to 40 vehicles by June, which the company claims will make it...

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Communication, teamwork necessary to adopt autonomous technology, experts say at TRB

Posted on Jan 14, 2019 in Cars, News, Perspective, Trucks

Cooperation from both private sector and federal partners can ease the process for states that are in the midst of adopting automated...

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CES 2019: Mobile, autonomous and intelligent

Posted on Jan 14, 2019 in Cars, Technology, Trucks

If someone asked me to summarize CES 2019 into one word, it would be “intelligent.”  Intelligent cars, TVs, stereos, cameras, drones,...

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Great Wall Motors, Mobileye join forces to deliver ADAS and autonomous driving solutions in China and beyond

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Technology, Trucks

At CES 2019, Mobileye, a leading pioneer in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD), announced it is...

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Daimler’s semi-autonomous truck puts self-driving features on the road

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in News, Trucks

Daimler trucks are going autonomous — eventually. For now, Level 2 (L2) partial automation will have to suffice. The vehicle company...

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Here’s why a little-known autonomous trucking company is beating Tesla and Waymo in the race for driverless big rigs

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Perspective, Trucks

The electric Tesla Semi has been, in part, ballyhooed for its semi-autonomous driving options; it can travel in a convoy where one semi...

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Intel’s Mobileye and the British government have found an unexpected way for self-driving data to improve infrastructure

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Technology, Trucks

On Monday, Mobileye chose CES in Las Vegas to announce a partnership in Great Britain. Characterizing the deal as an “agreement to...

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Intel’s Mobileye will help China’s public transport go autonomous

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Trucks

Mobileye is making a big push for autonomous driving in China, albeit not in the way you might expect. The Intel-owned company is...

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CES 2019 has begun: Here’s how to see it as it happens

Posted on Jan 6, 2019 in Buses, Cars, News, Technology, Trucks

CES 2019, the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, has a show floor that spans at least three venues and runs from Tuesday, Jan....

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Goldman Sachs invests in Deep Map to provide a reliable solution for autonomous vehicles

Posted on Jan 3, 2019 in Buses, Cars, Finance, News, Trucks

In order to provide safe and best solution for autonomous vehicles, Goldman Sachs invested in Deep Map, Inc. The company joins Generation...

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