A video from Jaguar Land Rover shows two of its luxury off-road SUVs using V2V communications to adapt to difficult road conditions.
French groundbreaker EasyMile teams with Japan’s DeNA to launch its electric-powered, driverless shuttle in a mall near Tokyo.
NHTSA to announce its state policy guidelines in July, ask Congress for greater leeway in its authority over autonomous technology testing: Rosekind.
A ‘quick and dirty’ look at Google’s Koala car at the IO 2016, with a view inside, including pedals that may have seen some use.
Video cleverly shows safety aspects of automated, electric-powered forklifts in comparison with human-driven counterparts.
Video from GPU leader Nvidia shows a self-driving car managing public roads, rain, traveling on unmarked lanes, in a business park, and facing other challenges.
Video of Carnegie Mellon test with Sikorsky of an autonomous helicopter carrying and delivering an autonomous Land Tamer ground vehicle.
Mobileye demos its aftermarket Collision Avoidance System on a leading auto show.
Yutong Bus Company runs a driverless bus with passengers aboard.
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Virginia Tech invited reporters to take a driverless test ride and got positive coverage of its plans to expand its testing grounds.
The connected vehicles of tomorrow will feature a range of pathways from short to long range communications, enabling payment for services for things like parking, tolling, and public transit.
Engadget reports from Switzerland’s Geneva Motor Show as an Apple representative showcases the new infotainment system CarPlay which is showed here installed in a Ferrari FF. A great way to interact with your phone while in your car.
Published on Feb 26, 2014: Sharing some of the exciting work happening at Stanford around self-driving cars, Professor Chris Gerdes highlights the student-built P1 vehicle and Shelley, an Audi TTS. He emphasizes the importance of safety and the role of the “big red button” as well as issues around ethics — are self driving vehicles cars, or robots?
Bill Hampton from AutoBeat interviews Jack Pokrzywa, Director of Global Ground Vehicle Standards at SAE International. Mr. Pokrzywa discusses how cars are no longer stand-alone moving objects. They are connected to other vehicles (V2V), the infrastructure (V2I), portable devices, and the electric grid. These vehicle communications provide infinite opportunities to improve public safety through the […]
c|net gives a good introduction in the three of the main aspects of autonomous driving: V2E (where the controls in the car allow it to drive itself), V2V where the cars communicate with each other and V2I where cars communicate with infrastructure (like stop lights).
Prof. Rupert Stadler, chairman of the board of management of Audi AG, and Prof. Dr. Ulrich Hackenberg, member of the board of management of Audi AG for technical development, deliver the “Tech Titans” keynote address on Monday evening at the 2014 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas.
Sebastian Thrun of Google talks about safety and self-driving cars.