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'Driverless Car' - 315 News Result(s)

  • Self-Driving Car Companies Complain California Test Data May Mislead

    Self-Driving Car Companies Complain California Test Data May Mislead

    Developers of self-driving cars are amping up criticism of a California reporting requirement on test data, saying the data could mislead, as the state prepares to release the latest results for 2019.

  • U.S. Talks With GM Over Deploying Self-Driving Cars Without Steering Wheels: Report

    U.S. Talks With GM Over Deploying Self-Driving Cars Without Steering Wheels: Report

    The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is holding talks with General Motors Co on the automaker's petition to deploy a limited number of self-driving vehicles on American roads without steering wheels or other human controls, the head of the agency said.

  • Argo Takes Different Road To Skirt Self-Driving Challenges

    Argo Takes Different Road To Skirt Self-Driving Challenges

    Sky's the limit optimism about self-driving cars is giving way to tougher questions about how expensive automotive artificial intelligence will ever make a profit. Those are questions the founders of Argo AI - and automaker partners Ford Motor Co and Volkswagen AG - are betting they can answer by taking a different road than more highly valued riva...

  • Now You Can Enjoy Gaming In Autonomous Cars

    Now You Can Enjoy Gaming In Autonomous Cars

    Researchers have designed multiplayer games where occupants of autonomous vehicles can play with other players in self-driving cars within near distance. The study, led by researchers from the University of Waterloo in Canada, details three games created for level three and higher semi-autonomous vehicles.

  • U.S. Senate To Hold November 20 Hearing On Testing, Deployment Of Self-Driving Cars

    U.S. Senate To Hold November 20 Hearing On Testing, Deployment Of Self-Driving Cars

    The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee will hold a Nov. 20 hearing on the testing and deployment of self-driving vehicles that will include top U.S. safety officials, as Congress has struggled to pass legislation on autonomous vehicles.

  • In Review Of Fatal Arizona Crash, U.S. Agency Says Uber Software Had Flaws: Report

    In Review Of Fatal Arizona Crash, U.S. Agency Says Uber Software Had Flaws: Report

    An Uber self-driving test vehicle that struck and killed an Arizona woman in 2018 had software flaws, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday as it disclosed the company's autonomous test vehicles were involved in 37 crashes over the prior 18 months.

  • Nio, Mobileye Partner On Self-Driving Consumer Passenger Cars In China

    Nio, Mobileye Partner On Self-Driving Consumer Passenger Cars In China

    Under the agreement, Nio will manufacture and produce at mass scale a self-driving system designed by Mobileye, which will be integrated into Nio's electric-vehicle consumer lines

  • Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service and Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service and Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo, a unit of Alphabet, has begun offering fully automated rides, without attendants in the vehicle, to a few hundred early users of its robo-taxi service in Phoenix.

  • Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service And Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service And Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Chief Executive John Krafcik said the self-driving vehicle company is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, and is looking beyond the robo-taxi business to generate future revenue, including delivery services.

  • Airless Tyre Makers Hope For Breakout Moment With Autonomous Driving

    Airless Tyre Makers Hope For Breakout Moment With Autonomous Driving

    Makers of airless tyres such as Japan's Bridgestone Corp. hope driverless cars will herald a breakthrough for their niche technology, which is more than a decade old but underperforms standard tires in every way except resistance to puncture. Autonomous driving - and the eventual introduction of self-driving taxis - could mean greater demand for pu...

  • Tesla Automated Parking Problems Seen Liability Of App 'Driver' For Now

    Tesla Automated Parking Problems Seen Liability Of App 'Driver' For Now

    Tesla Inc owners summoning their driverless cars in parking lots are likely liable for crashes, lawyers said after a series of internet videos showed problems with cars running new software.

  • Waymo Urges U.S. To 'Promptly' Remove Barriers To Self-Driving Cars

    Waymo Urges U.S. To 'Promptly' Remove Barriers To Self-Driving Cars

    Automakers must currently meet nearly 75 auto safety standards for self-driving cars, many of them written under the assumption that a licensed driver is in command of the vehicle using traditional controls.

  • Yandex Looks at 10-Fold Increase in Driverless Car Fleet to Speed Up Testing

    Yandex Looks at 10-Fold Increase in Driverless Car Fleet to Speed Up Testing

    Yandex, a Russian equivalent to Google, said it is considering expanding its fleet of self-driving cars to up to 1,000 within the next two years in order to speed up tests on the fledgling technology.

  • Daimler, Bosch Get Approval To Test Driverless Valet Parking

    Daimler, Bosch Get Approval To Test Driverless Valet Parking

    Daimler and auto supplier Bosch will start valet parking using autonomous driving technology in Stuttgart, Germany, after local authorities gave the carmaker permission to start testing the technology.

  • Apple Buys Self-Driving Car Startup Drive.ai

    Apple Buys Self-Driving Car Startup Drive.ai

    Apple Inc on Tuesday confirmed that it has acquired self-driving shuttle firm Drive.ai.

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'Driverless Car' - 315 News Result(s)

  • Self-Driving Car Companies Complain California Test Data May Mislead

    Self-Driving Car Companies Complain California Test Data May Mislead

    Developers of self-driving cars are amping up criticism of a California reporting requirement on test data, saying the data could mislead, as the state prepares to release the latest results for 2019.

  • U.S. Talks With GM Over Deploying Self-Driving Cars Without Steering Wheels: Report

    U.S. Talks With GM Over Deploying Self-Driving Cars Without Steering Wheels: Report

    The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is holding talks with General Motors Co on the automaker's petition to deploy a limited number of self-driving vehicles on American roads without steering wheels or other human controls, the head of the agency said.

  • Argo Takes Different Road To Skirt Self-Driving Challenges

    Argo Takes Different Road To Skirt Self-Driving Challenges

    Sky's the limit optimism about self-driving cars is giving way to tougher questions about how expensive automotive artificial intelligence will ever make a profit. Those are questions the founders of Argo AI - and automaker partners Ford Motor Co and Volkswagen AG - are betting they can answer by taking a different road than more highly valued riva...

  • Now You Can Enjoy Gaming In Autonomous Cars

    Now You Can Enjoy Gaming In Autonomous Cars

    Researchers have designed multiplayer games where occupants of autonomous vehicles can play with other players in self-driving cars within near distance. The study, led by researchers from the University of Waterloo in Canada, details three games created for level three and higher semi-autonomous vehicles.

  • U.S. Senate To Hold November 20 Hearing On Testing, Deployment Of Self-Driving Cars

    U.S. Senate To Hold November 20 Hearing On Testing, Deployment Of Self-Driving Cars

    The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee will hold a Nov. 20 hearing on the testing and deployment of self-driving vehicles that will include top U.S. safety officials, as Congress has struggled to pass legislation on autonomous vehicles.

  • In Review Of Fatal Arizona Crash, U.S. Agency Says Uber Software Had Flaws: Report

    In Review Of Fatal Arizona Crash, U.S. Agency Says Uber Software Had Flaws: Report

    An Uber self-driving test vehicle that struck and killed an Arizona woman in 2018 had software flaws, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday as it disclosed the company's autonomous test vehicles were involved in 37 crashes over the prior 18 months.

  • Nio, Mobileye Partner On Self-Driving Consumer Passenger Cars In China

    Nio, Mobileye Partner On Self-Driving Consumer Passenger Cars In China

    Under the agreement, Nio will manufacture and produce at mass scale a self-driving system designed by Mobileye, which will be integrated into Nio's electric-vehicle consumer lines

  • Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service and Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service and Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo, a unit of Alphabet, has begun offering fully automated rides, without attendants in the vehicle, to a few hundred early users of its robo-taxi service in Phoenix.

  • Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service And Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Tests 'Rider Only' Service And Looks Beyond Robo-Taxis

    Waymo Chief Executive John Krafcik said the self-driving vehicle company is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, and is looking beyond the robo-taxi business to generate future revenue, including delivery services.

  • Airless Tyre Makers Hope For Breakout Moment With Autonomous Driving

    Airless Tyre Makers Hope For Breakout Moment With Autonomous Driving

    Makers of airless tyres such as Japan's Bridgestone Corp. hope driverless cars will herald a breakthrough for their niche technology, which is more than a decade old but underperforms standard tires in every way except resistance to puncture. Autonomous driving - and the eventual introduction of self-driving taxis - could mean greater demand for pu...

  • Tesla Automated Parking Problems Seen Liability Of App 'Driver' For Now

    Tesla Automated Parking Problems Seen Liability Of App 'Driver' For Now

    Tesla Inc owners summoning their driverless cars in parking lots are likely liable for crashes, lawyers said after a series of internet videos showed problems with cars running new software.

  • Waymo Urges U.S. To 'Promptly' Remove Barriers To Self-Driving Cars

    Waymo Urges U.S. To 'Promptly' Remove Barriers To Self-Driving Cars

    Automakers must currently meet nearly 75 auto safety standards for self-driving cars, many of them written under the assumption that a licensed driver is in command of the vehicle using traditional controls.

  • Yandex Looks at 10-Fold Increase in Driverless Car Fleet to Speed Up Testing

    Yandex Looks at 10-Fold Increase in Driverless Car Fleet to Speed Up Testing

    Yandex, a Russian equivalent to Google, said it is considering expanding its fleet of self-driving cars to up to 1,000 within the next two years in order to speed up tests on the fledgling technology.

  • Daimler, Bosch Get Approval To Test Driverless Valet Parking

    Daimler, Bosch Get Approval To Test Driverless Valet Parking

    Daimler and auto supplier Bosch will start valet parking using autonomous driving technology in Stuttgart, Germany, after local authorities gave the carmaker permission to start testing the technology.

  • Apple Buys Self-Driving Car Startup Drive.ai

    Apple Buys Self-Driving Car Startup Drive.ai

    Apple Inc on Tuesday confirmed that it has acquired self-driving shuttle firm Drive.ai.

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