Plus, North Dakota’s state senate unanimously passes a law ordering a full study of the uses and laws surrounding driverless vehicles.
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Plus, Curtin University in Australia wants you to name its new autonomous shuttle bus.
A 28-percent jump in Mobileye’s stock due to Intel’s offer to purchase the company for $15 billion pushes the D20 Stock Index past 190 for the first time.
Plus, Intel pays the largest sum in history for an Israeli tech company, shelling out more than $15 billion for Mobileye.
Renesas continues to bask in the glow of its acquisition of Intersil, while Waymo’s federal court date over Uber trade secrets is set.
Plus, Toyota unveils its new plug-and-play autonomous car system that is says could be revolutionary for cars when it comes to needing high-definition mapping.
Led by Renesas Electronics, TomTom and General Motors, the Driverless Transportation Weekly Stock Index (D20) bounced back last week after three weeks of losses.
Plus, Renault-Nissan and Transdev work together on an app for autonomous car fleets.
In addition, we take a brief look at how Waymo, Google Alphabet’s driverless car division, is suing Uber and Otto for theft of trade secrets.
A new survey found the attitudes of UK drivers toward driverless cars are beginning to improve, as they become more aware of the technology.
- Interesting theory! Why #driverless car liability legislation should be modeled after vaccine liability laws: https://t.co/m6ezMPnz99 about 11 hours ago from Hootsuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- 4th quarterly sales decline in past 6 quarters leads @Ford to be the #D20StockIndex biggest weekly loser:… https://t.co/7a1VsEjFlO about 14 hours ago from Hootsuite ReplyRetweetFavorite