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Autonomous cars from GM’s Cruise Automation involved in six auto crashes


During the last month, autonomous cars from GM’s Cruise Automation were involved in 6 auto crashes while testing in California. However, none of these crashes were caused by the self-driving cars of the company. In all the cases the other vehicles were responsible, the company has given this information to …

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Intel to build a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles for testing

Mobileye, an Intel Company, will start building a fleet of fully autonomous (level 4 SAE) vehicles for testing in the United States, Israel and Europe. The first vehicles will be deployed later this year, and the fleet will eventually scale to more than 100 automobiles. Building these test vehicles, Intel’s …

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Waymo testing its self-driving cars in extreme conditions at Death Valley

Waymo is testing its vehicles in Death Valley, California. The reason behind these tests is that the company wants to make sure that its self-driving cars can cool itself and continue to operate under the hottest temperatures, with an engine running at full power and systems running at full capacity. …

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Spirent has launched ethernet testing solution for automotive


Spirent Communications has launched first Automotive Ethernet Protocol Conformance & Performance Test System with the new 1000BASE-T1 physical layer standard. This solution enables automobile manufacturers and suppliers to determine if their data traffic is transmitted correctly and on-time over the market’s highest in-vehicle connectivity bandwidth. The 1000BASE-T1 standard allows high …

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Google and its Self-Driving Car: The tech progresses!

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Published: June 29, 2015 | United States Since long humans have envisioned of driverless vehicles and the dream seems to be happening with the advancement of carmakers and technology companies in the arena of self-driving car technology. Google has been working on self-driving vehicles as early as 2010 and hitting …

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ACTIVE-AURORA project for testing and evaluation of connected vehicle systems and services


Published: October 24, 2014 | United States ACTIVE-AURORA is a three-year research and study project being led by the University of Alberta and the University of British Columbia that will provide the opportunity for organizations to test and evaluate new and emerging connected vehicle systems, applications and services. These tests …

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HARMAN to use Alfamation Supernova test application for infotainment and audio testing


Published: August 4, 2014 | United States Alfamation, announced at NIWeek 2014 that HARMAN International Industries, Inc. will use Alfamation Supernova Test Application Framework Software as a standard for infotainment and audio manufacturing test systems. HARMAN engineers can efficiently create and manage diverse test cases using Alfamation SuperNova Test Application …

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Toyota to perform verification tests of traffic alleviation system in Beijing


USA: Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC), Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing (China) (TMEC), Beihang University and CenNavi Technologies have collaborated to conduct a joint verification testing project in which data from the Netstream traffic-flow simulator will be used in practical car-based applications to help alleviate traffic congestion in Beijing. The project will …

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