A roundup of news headlines to come out of the driverless and connected-car industries this week: Volvo shows off its new autonomous garbage truck This week Volvo debuted a video that shows its new prototype autonomous garbage truck in action. The concept is being hailed as the future of waste management. It will reportedly save […]
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In the face of the WannaCry ransomware crisis, Blackberry’s strong security helped its stock rise, taking the D20 to a new all-time high.
Uber’s work on self-driving cars takes a backward turn while Delphi, Waymo, BMW and Intel announce lucrative partnerships.
NVIDIA stock rose yet again last week, as the company continues to make automotive a major sector of its business, and posts sizable year-over-year growth.
Officials appeared to be wowed by the connected and autonomous vehicles on display at an industry event in Fairfax County, Virginia on May 3.
Delphi gained 9.5 percent, leading the D20 Stock Index to a third consecutive gain with its news that it will spin off part of its business in favor of focusing on driverless and connected cars.
Volvo AB’s stock gained a whopping 12 percent last week. Overall, the D20 Stock Index has gained 60 percent since February of 2016.
Plus, analysts discuss the conundrum of how to manage and store the ‘ocean of data’ connected cars ll soon be creating on a daily basis.
DriverlessTransportation.com and our sister company eTrans Systems will be among those participating in the event, which will include panel discussions and demo rides.
Volkswagen’s stock jumped 8.3 percent last week, leading a big D20 Stock Index rebound after two weeks of losses.