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The GATEway Project Announces Next Phase of Driverless Pod Trials

The GATEway Project Announces Next Phase of Driverless Pod Trials

🕔15:58, 7.Aug 2017

The UK’s GATEway project is soon to launch its open public trial of driverless pods. These autonomous pods will provide first and last mile transportation around the Greenwich peninsula by connecting important transport hubs with business, leisure and residential locations. The

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THINKING HIGHWAYS: The Autonomous Issue

THINKING HIGHWAYS: The Autonomous Issue

🕔10:49, 28.Mar 2017

The North American edition of Thinking Highways’ latest issue is available to view online now. This issue has its focus firmly on autonomous vehicles, with Mike McGurrin, David Pickeral, Bern Grush and John Niles assessing the current status of the

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Whoever Owns the Maps Owns the Future of Self-Driving Cars

Whoever Owns the Maps Owns the Future of Self-Driving Cars

🕔15:23, 5.Jul 2016

Inside the battle to own the data that will drive the automotive industry of tomorrow. You never forget your first ride in a self-driving car. The precision and reliability of an autonomous car, far greater than a human driver can provide,

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Apple Car: Two big factors open the door for a disruptor

Apple Car: Two big factors open the door for a disruptor

🕔17:21, 13.Jun 2016

At Apple’s WWDC 2016 we shouldn’t expect to hear anything about the company’s much-rumored electric car, but that doesn’t mean the biggest potential moonshot in company history won’t overshadow the events this week. Why Apple shouldn’t build a car: Infinite reasons

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NXP’s BlueBox ready for self-driving cars

NXP’s BlueBox ready for self-driving cars

🕔12:16, 17.May 2016

NXP Semiconductors demoed its BlueBox engine for self-driving car using NXP silicon and software solutions at each ADAS node. The system useds BlueBox central computing engine with radar, lidar, and vision sensing, as well as an onboard secure V2X system.

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What the Rise of Autonomous Forklifts Can Teach Us About Accepting Self-Driving Cars

What the Rise of Autonomous Forklifts Can Teach Us About Accepting Self-Driving Cars

🕔14:24, 10.May 2016

The technology to make fully autonomous vehicles has surpassed the public’s autonomous vehicle acceptance threshold. In a AAA study released in March, 75 percent of drivers in the United States said they would be afraid to ride in a self-driving

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Ministers pledge to put Britain at heart of driverless car revolution

Ministers pledge to put Britain at heart of driverless car revolution

🕔13:06, 4.May 2016

Britain will be at the heart of a driverless car revolution, Government ministers have pledged, ahead of landmark trials due to begin later this year. Around £100m in funding has already been set aside for research into the area, and ministers have

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Watch as an Autonomous Ford Functions in Total Darkness

Watch as an Autonomous Ford Functions in Total Darkness

🕔14:02, 18.Apr 2016

Autonomous cars are dime a dozen. While only a few have made it onto public roads, it seems that every automotive company – or tech company inApple and Google’s case – are working on a self-driving vehicle. However, it’s unlikely any

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10 Innovations in Subaru’s New High-Tech Impreza

10 Innovations in Subaru’s New High-Tech Impreza

🕔15:33, 24.Mar 2016

The Subaru Impreza was recently heralded for its safety tech, crash results, and all-wheel drive system by Consumer Reports, a team of automotive experts. And now, the 2017 version of the Impreza is here. The 2017 Subaru Impreza, unveiled at the New

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