Intel has announced that it is to acquire Mobileye, a leader in computer vision for autonomous driving technology, for US$15.3 billion — the biggest-ever acquisition of an Israeli tech company. Under the terms of the agreement, a subsidiary of Intel will
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The California Department of Motor Vehicles is considering new regulations to allow driverless cars without back-up drivers to be tested on its roads, according to the BBC. Currently 27 manufacturers have a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, but State
HMI Technologies recently launched New Zealand’s first fully driverless vehicle trial in partnership with Christchurch International Airport. This is the first of many trials of autonomous vehicles that HMI technologies hopes to activate in Australasia this year, as the business
Car giant Ford has announced that it is investing $1bn (£800m) over the next five years in artificial intelligence (AI) company Argo. The firms will collaborate on developing a virtual driver system for driverless cars. Ford intends to have an
Alphabet Inc’s Waymo said its fleet of self-driving vehicles logged more than 600,000 miles last year on public roads in California, while rival Tesla Inc reported operating autonomous vehicles for just 550 miles on public roads since last October, according
An international driverless car firm will launch its Asia-Pacific headquarters in South Australia. UK-based business RDM Group, the company behind the LUTZ Pathfinder and Pod Zero vehicles, will establish an office in Adelaide, South Australia, adding to the city’s reputation
BMW, Intel and computer vision firm Mobileye have signed a deal to develop autonomous vehicles. The three firms will collaborate on the systems needed to make cars that can navigate without any help from a human driver. The vehicles will be
Driverless cars some way away, but assistance features already include autopilot and self-parking Cover against crashes caused by not being able to manually override an autonomous system Policy also includes cover for damage or loss caused by hackers US
Self-driving vehicles claim to reduce the risk of accidents and congestion by removing human unpredictability. But one car manufacturer has been teaching its robotic vehicles to drive more like humans in an effort to make them safer on the roads.
The proclamation made by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, that a quarter of all journeys will be made in driverless vehicles by 2030, could lead to the city becoming a magnet for