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Waymo cars have Intel technology inside

Intel has revealed that it has been working with Waymo since 2009 when it had started as Google’s self-driving project. “With 3 million miles of real-world driving, Waymo cars with Intel technology inside have already processed more self-driving car miles than any other autonomous fleet on U.S. roads ” Intel …

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Future of automotive seating shown by Adient AI18 demonstrator at IAA


Advent of autonomous vehicle will not be only about the technological changes in the way the car moves but also how it interacts with the passangers, interior of such cars will be very much part of  it. At this year’s International Motor Show (IAA), Adient one of the leading suppliers …

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Autonomous vehicles to be tested on the streets of Detroit


According to some media reports, two electric vehicles made by Polaris industries, outfitted with autonomous driving software and sensors developed by May Mobility and, will be tested on the streets of Detriot in the month of October. The vehicles are low-speed, six-seater shuttles that will travel at the speed between …

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Dibotics and Intempora enter into technical partnership to solve challenges related to the implementation of driverless cars


Dibotics and Intempora have entered into a technical partnership to solve challenges related to the implementation of driverless cars, like obtaining a real-time high-definition perception of the environment, a precise localization of the vehicle and real-time sensor fusion. Intempora is a software editor having expertise in providing advanced software solutions …

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To develop signals that enable self-driving vehicles to communicate with people, Ford and Virginia tech create illusion of driverless car on road


Ford Motor Company has partnered with Virginia Tech Transportation Institute to conduct a user experience study to test out a method for a self-driving vehicle to signal its intent by soliciting real-world reactions from people on public roads. As light signals for turning and braking indication are already standardized and …

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USDoT and NHTSA release new federal guidance for Automated Driving Systems ADS


The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have released new federal guidance for Automated Driving Systems (ADS):  A Vision for Safety 2.0. NHTSA has said that autonomous drive systems have the potential to reduce the number of accidents and thus save lives as well as …

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GM creates world’s first mass-producible self driving car


Kyle Vogt, GM’s CEO of Cruise Automation has said that his team has created the world’s first mass-producible car designed to operate without a driver.  He wrote on his blog that the car isn’t just a concept design — it has airbags, crumple zones, and comfortable seats. It’s assembled in …

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Drive.ai and Lyft partner to bring autonomous ridesharing to the Bay Area


Drive.ai and Lyft are partnering to bring autonomous ridesharing to the Bay Area. This collaboration combines Drive.ai’s deep learning-based self-driving solution with Lyft’s extensive ridesharing network, furthering both companies commitment to the development of safe, intelligent autonomous vehicles. The pilot, which will deploy in the Bay Area soon, will provide valuable …

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Bill exempting self-driving cars from safety rules passed by House

Cadillac Self Driving car

In U.S., the House Energy & Commerce Committee has unanimously passed SELF DRIVE Act, according to reports. The act would put federal regulators in the driver’s seat and bar states from blocking autonomous vehicles. The proposal would speed up the deployment of self-driving cars without human controls. The House measure …

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