There are several companies that want to rule the road without drivers, providing the cars, technology and wherewithal for cars to drive without people. Currently on the autonomous driverless self-driving, robotic, auto-piloted track are the
The Nissan Smart Rearview Mirror is smarter than your average mirror. It uses a special camera to make the view of what is behind the Nissan, clearer, better and safer. In fact, the Nissan Smart
Frost & Sullivan presented the key trends that will shape the global CV telematics market in a webinar on May 7, 4pm BST. To register and participate in this free webinar contact Chiara Carella email@example.com.
Texas Instruments recently announced AEC-Q100-qualified gate drivers and SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2541-Q1. SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2541-Q1, a highly-integrated wireless microcontroller (MCU) that delivers low power, low cost, and simplified automotive connectivity to emerging
At CES Audi announced that it has developed its own, much smaller LIDAR that is mounted on the Audi grille, eliminating the ugly “can” at the top look. The company showed just how intelligent and
Telenav reported that it has expanded its supplier agreement with Ford until 2017 and updated its Scout for iPhone app. Most GPS navigation apps like Google Maps and Apple Maps don’t let you search while
Many of us have seen the problems that arise when someone drives the wrong direction in the lane. Often it is someone who goes down a one way street, the wrong way. Or it could
The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) found that people surveyed feel positive about connected vehicles, have optimistic expectations of the benefits, have some concerns, and generally desire connected-vehicle technology when it becomes available.
Nissan in Europe is testing new paint technology that repels mud, rain and everyday dirt called a self-cleaning car. It could mean that drivers will say chuck-it to their buckets and sponges. A European Nissan
The “Intel Freeway to the Future” conducted by Penn Schoen Berland found that about half of Americans desire a driverless society and want cities to create infrastructures to improve quality of life for them and