The American Center for Mobility (ACM) has opened its state-of-the-art proving grounds for testing this week, with Visteon Corporation and Toyota Research Institute on site to begin testing operations, and others scheduling for next week.
IVU Traffic Technologies, the leading software company for public transportation and logistics solutions, and BestMile, providing the first platform for the operation and optimization of autonomous fleet and new mobility services, have partnered to provide
At AutoMobility LA, Waymo touted its self driving plans while Dr. Gill Pratt revealed Toyota Research Institute’s plans. Shortly thereafter Mary Barra claimed that Cruise Automation will have self-driving in 2019 at its going rate.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and DeNA Co., Ltd. unveiled the Easy Ride brand for the new robo-vehicle mobility service that the two companies are developing jointly. The companies also announced plans for a field test
For two weeks in November, in collaboration with the City of Boston and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, nuTonomy started Boston’s first autonomous vehicle passenger pilot in the Seaport district. During the pilot, nuTonomy friends
The California Department of Motor Vehicles is heeding a warning from Consumer Watchdog and has just dropped language suggested by General Motors from its proposed robot car regulations that would have let self-driving car automakers
Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich just announced a collaboration with Warner Brothers to create a unique “AV Entertainment Experience” inside self-driving cars at a keynote at the AutoMobility Los Angeles. Brian showed the new entertainment experience
Every year, during the LA Auto Show, KPMG makes its car predictions and analyzes data. Earlier this year KPMG noted that measuring OEM market share based on units sold is outdated. In 2016 KPMG explored
The self-driving truck, driving autonomously from one hub to another, is part of a development project exploring how automation can contribute to increased productivity, enhanced safety and lower environmental impact. It was demonstrated to a
Both Hyundai and Toyota announced new research initiatives. Toyota is working with five universities on various driver assistance systems. Hyundai’s CRADLE will research, robotic and intelligent systems, eco-friendly technologies, mobility services, materials and new vehicle
Language adopted from a General Motors suggestion by the California Department of Motor Vehicles in its revised proposed autonomous vehicle regulations would “let robot carmakers railroad consumers” into being liable for car crashes when the
Pioneer has launched 3D-LiDAR, that uses MEMS mirrors and is less expensive than other LiDAR systems. 3D-LiDAR is a sensor that can precisely measure the distance to a remote object and detect the size of