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Paul, (Apr 20, 2018)
Top sports motor cycle brand to employ radar protection on its products from 2020. Paul Myles reports.
Cost may determine if AVs get connected, May Mobility’s Edwin Olson tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Apr 13, 2018)
Family favourite Focus represents more than just another new model, Ford’s Jim Farley tells Paul Myles.
One way of accelerating the deployment of autonomous vehicles, explored by Graham Jarvis.
Paul, (Apr 9, 2018)
Also in the news this week are Microsoft, ViaVan, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Porsche Digital, Daimler, Telstra and Intel.
WardsAuto, (Apr 6, 2018)
“The most important thing is to keep getting the kids exposed to science and engineering.” – Tim Grewe, GM. Alan L. Adler reports.
Paul, (Apr 6, 2018)
Eric Volkman investigates whether we’re treading a dangerous path to Vision Zero.
WardsAuto, (Apr 3, 2018)
The combination of Mentor’s on-board computing technology with TASS’s simulation software could allow technology to reach the market much faster. David E. Zoia reports.
Paul, (Mar 29, 2018)
The current ups-and-downs of autonomous technology explored by Eric Volkman.
Paul, (Mar 26, 2018)
Also in the news this week are Waymo, NHTSA, Baidu, Ford, Audi, SiriusXM and Hyundai.
WardsAuto, (Mar 23, 2018)
AI is expected to one day be a decision-making superhero, fusing information from a roster of autonomous-vehicle sensors and a connected transportation ecosystem. James M. Amend reports.
Paul, (Mar 23, 2018)
There’s a huge challenge in getting machine learning up to speed with human learning, Hyundai Mobis’ David Agnew tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Mar 19, 2018)
Also in the news this week are GM, Waymo, Ford, TomTom and PSA Group.
Paul, (Mar 16, 2018)
Technology can be a marketing tool for luxury brands, DS’s Ivo Groen tells Paul Myles.
WardsAuto, (Mar 9, 2018)
Humans know teenagers on a corner attempting to cross a street may cross against the light, while a woman pushing a child in a stroller is more likely to obey the signal. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
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