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'Driverless Car' - 302 News Result(s)

  • GM Faces Pushback on US Self-Driving Vehicle Plan

    GM Faces Pushback on US Self-Driving Vehicle Plan

    GM faces pushback over its request that US regulators waive some safety standards to make it possible to deploy a fleet of driverless cars without steering wheels, other human controls.

  • Tesla Gears Up for Fully Self-Driving Cars Amid Scepticism

    Tesla Gears Up for Fully Self-Driving Cars Amid Scepticism

    The Tesla driverless car technology is scheduled to be shown off to Tesla investors Monday at the company's Palo Alto, California, headquarters.

  • Hyundai Motor, Tencent Tie Up To Develop Self-Driving Cars Software: Report

    Hyundai Motor, Tencent Tie Up To Develop Self-Driving Cars Software: Report

    Hyundai Motor Co and Chinese technology firm Tencent Holdings have signed a preliminary deal to develop software for driverless vehicles, South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper reported.

  • Virtual Pedestrians Pave Way To Safer Roads For Driverless Cars

    Virtual Pedestrians Pave Way To Safer Roads For Driverless Cars

    A "virtual human" suddenly steps out at a blind bend, but the engineer in the Volvo car's driving seat on the test track doesn't flinch, leaving it to software to take evasive action.

  • Microsoft, MIT Researchers Develop Model for Safer Self-Driving Cars

    Microsoft, MIT Researchers Develop Model for Safer Self-Driving Cars

    The AI systems powering driverless cars are trained extensively in virtual simulations to prepare the vehicle for nearly every event on the road.

  • CES 2019: Toyota Wants World to Use Its Tech That Keeps Cars From Crashing

    CES 2019: Toyota Wants World to Use Its Tech That Keeps Cars From Crashing

    Toyota has decided to share with rivals an automated safety system that uses self-driving technology to keep cars from crashing.

  • German Giants Cruise Into Robotaxi Era

    German Giants Cruise Into Robotaxi Era

    Four years ago, Daimler AG dazzled with a self-driving luxury lounge in Las Vegas with a concept vehicle boasting a sleek interior that promised to pamper its well-heeled passengers into the automotive future. This year the Mercedes-Benz maker is back at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, though with a more utilitarian slant: a bubble-like auton...

  • Decided Not To Allow Driverless Cars In India: Nitin Gadkari

    Decided Not To Allow Driverless Cars In India: Nitin Gadkari

    With the global automotive universe moving towards autonomous vehicles - be in semi autonomous with the likes of Tesla's autopilot or fully autonomous Level 5 cars that are expected in the near future, India is a ways away. While Indian road conditions are absolutely non-conducive for autonomous driving, government policy too is taking a similar di...

  • Uber Plans Smaller, More Cautious Self-Driving Car Launch

    Uber Plans Smaller, More Cautious Self-Driving Car Launch

    Uber Technologies Inc's is plotting the return of its self-driving cars, but the company known for its hard-charging style is taking a much more conservative approach as it tries to recover from a fatal accident that upended its autonomous vehicle program.

  • Waymo To Start Driverless Car Service In The United States Next Month

    Waymo To Start Driverless Car Service In The United States Next Month

    Waymo will first start this service in a very limited capacity in and around the Phoenix, Arizona area and will restrict it to a small number of pre authorised riders as a test case. The service when eventually be open to more people. Until now, Waymo has been very tight lipped about the program where it has used the likes of the all-electric Jagua...

  • VW And Ford In Talks On Self-Driving And Electric Vehicles: Source

    VW And Ford In Talks On Self-Driving And Electric Vehicles: Source

    Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co are in "exploratory talks" to jointly develop self-driving and electric vehicles in a far-reaching strategic alliance meant to save the companies billions of dollars, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Waymo Gets Go Ahead To Test Driverless Cars Without Backup Driver In California

    Waymo Gets Go Ahead To Test Driverless Cars Without Backup Driver In California

    Waymo's permit includes day and night testing on city streets, rural roads and highways with posted speed limits of up to 105 kmph. The company said its vehicles can safely handle fog and light rain, and testing in those conditions is allowed.

  • Google Spinoff To Test Truly Driverless Cars In California

    Google Spinoff To Test Truly Driverless Cars In California

    The robotic car company created by Google is poised to attempt a major technological leap in California, where its vehicles will hit the roads without a human on hand to take control in emergencies.

  • Google Spinoff Waymo to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

    Google Spinoff Waymo to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

    The regulatory approval announced Tuesday allows Waymo's driverless cars to cruise through California at speeds up to 65 miles per hour.

  • Here's What Happens When Police Pull Over A Driverless Car

    Here's What Happens When Police Pull Over A Driverless Car

    As self-driving cars become increasingly common on American streets, an obvious question arises: What happens when police want to pullover a robot-driven vehicle without a human backup driver?

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'Driverless Car' - 302 News Result(s)

  • GM Faces Pushback on US Self-Driving Vehicle Plan

    GM Faces Pushback on US Self-Driving Vehicle Plan

    GM faces pushback over its request that US regulators waive some safety standards to make it possible to deploy a fleet of driverless cars without steering wheels, other human controls.

  • Tesla Gears Up for Fully Self-Driving Cars Amid Scepticism

    Tesla Gears Up for Fully Self-Driving Cars Amid Scepticism

    The Tesla driverless car technology is scheduled to be shown off to Tesla investors Monday at the company's Palo Alto, California, headquarters.

  • Hyundai Motor, Tencent Tie Up To Develop Self-Driving Cars Software: Report

    Hyundai Motor, Tencent Tie Up To Develop Self-Driving Cars Software: Report

    Hyundai Motor Co and Chinese technology firm Tencent Holdings have signed a preliminary deal to develop software for driverless vehicles, South Korea's Maeil Business Newspaper reported.

  • Virtual Pedestrians Pave Way To Safer Roads For Driverless Cars

    Virtual Pedestrians Pave Way To Safer Roads For Driverless Cars

    A "virtual human" suddenly steps out at a blind bend, but the engineer in the Volvo car's driving seat on the test track doesn't flinch, leaving it to software to take evasive action.

  • Microsoft, MIT Researchers Develop Model for Safer Self-Driving Cars

    Microsoft, MIT Researchers Develop Model for Safer Self-Driving Cars

    The AI systems powering driverless cars are trained extensively in virtual simulations to prepare the vehicle for nearly every event on the road.

  • CES 2019: Toyota Wants World to Use Its Tech That Keeps Cars From Crashing

    CES 2019: Toyota Wants World to Use Its Tech That Keeps Cars From Crashing

    Toyota has decided to share with rivals an automated safety system that uses self-driving technology to keep cars from crashing.

  • German Giants Cruise Into Robotaxi Era

    German Giants Cruise Into Robotaxi Era

    Four years ago, Daimler AG dazzled with a self-driving luxury lounge in Las Vegas with a concept vehicle boasting a sleek interior that promised to pamper its well-heeled passengers into the automotive future. This year the Mercedes-Benz maker is back at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, though with a more utilitarian slant: a bubble-like auton...

  • Decided Not To Allow Driverless Cars In India: Nitin Gadkari

    Decided Not To Allow Driverless Cars In India: Nitin Gadkari

    With the global automotive universe moving towards autonomous vehicles - be in semi autonomous with the likes of Tesla's autopilot or fully autonomous Level 5 cars that are expected in the near future, India is a ways away. While Indian road conditions are absolutely non-conducive for autonomous driving, government policy too is taking a similar di...

  • Uber Plans Smaller, More Cautious Self-Driving Car Launch

    Uber Plans Smaller, More Cautious Self-Driving Car Launch

    Uber Technologies Inc's is plotting the return of its self-driving cars, but the company known for its hard-charging style is taking a much more conservative approach as it tries to recover from a fatal accident that upended its autonomous vehicle program.

  • Waymo To Start Driverless Car Service In The United States Next Month

    Waymo To Start Driverless Car Service In The United States Next Month

    Waymo will first start this service in a very limited capacity in and around the Phoenix, Arizona area and will restrict it to a small number of pre authorised riders as a test case. The service when eventually be open to more people. Until now, Waymo has been very tight lipped about the program where it has used the likes of the all-electric Jagua...

  • VW And Ford In Talks On Self-Driving And Electric Vehicles: Source

    VW And Ford In Talks On Self-Driving And Electric Vehicles: Source

    Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co are in "exploratory talks" to jointly develop self-driving and electric vehicles in a far-reaching strategic alliance meant to save the companies billions of dollars, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Waymo Gets Go Ahead To Test Driverless Cars Without Backup Driver In California

    Waymo Gets Go Ahead To Test Driverless Cars Without Backup Driver In California

    Waymo's permit includes day and night testing on city streets, rural roads and highways with posted speed limits of up to 105 kmph. The company said its vehicles can safely handle fog and light rain, and testing in those conditions is allowed.

  • Google Spinoff To Test Truly Driverless Cars In California

    Google Spinoff To Test Truly Driverless Cars In California

    The robotic car company created by Google is poised to attempt a major technological leap in California, where its vehicles will hit the roads without a human on hand to take control in emergencies.

  • Google Spinoff Waymo to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

    Google Spinoff Waymo to Test Truly Driverless Cars in California

    The regulatory approval announced Tuesday allows Waymo's driverless cars to cruise through California at speeds up to 65 miles per hour.

  • Here's What Happens When Police Pull Over A Driverless Car

    Here's What Happens When Police Pull Over A Driverless Car

    As self-driving cars become increasingly common on American streets, an obvious question arises: What happens when police want to pullover a robot-driven vehicle without a human backup driver?

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