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Paul, (Sep 19, 2016)
Remember that fatal crash of a Tesla in Autopilot mode back in May? Turns out that wasn’t the first one. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Sep 15, 2016)
Exploring whether virtual testing is a realistic goal for carmakers by Morag Cuddeford-Jones. [Auto.Cuddeford.2016.06.22]
Paul, (Sep 9, 2016)
Nevada DMV will not be restricting autonomous cars beyond testing phase reports Louis Bedigian. [Auto.Bedigian.2016.07.05]
Paul, (Sep 1, 2016)
Autonomous may be set to change the world but ADAS has to be perfect first, as Brendan McNally reports. [Auto.McNally.2016.03.31]
Paul, (Aug 29, 2016)
And, no, they’re not operated by Uber, Lyft or Google. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Aug 26, 2016)
Young consumers are targeted by autonomous tech reports Heloiza Canassa. [Auto.Canassa.2016.01.27]
Paul, (Aug 23, 2016)
Carmaker giant wants a self-driving car for the masses on the road in the next five years. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Aug 17, 2016)
Latest moves towards adapting ADAS for city life, investigated by Graham Jarvis [Auto.Jarvis.2016.04.28]
Paul, (Aug 12, 2016)
Driverless tech will slow if it has to wait for huge infrastructure investment, says Petter Hörling, director US R&D tech centre, Volvo Car Group.
EU autonomous trucking experiment aims to kick-start commercial platooning reports Siegfried Mortkowitz. [Auto.Mortkowitz.2016.04.31]
Paul, (Jul 29, 2016)
Andrew Williams explores whether AI holds the key to unlocking the autonomous door. [Auto.Williams.2016.04.29]
Paul, (Jul 22, 2016)
Government regulators need to get involved in facilitating autonomous technology, says Bryant Walker Smith, assistant professor, University of South Carolina School of Law.
Paul, (Jul 14, 2016)
Vehicle autonomy may top automakers’ ‘to-do-list’ of but consumers remain wary reports Shamik Ghosh. [Auto.Ghosh.2016.05.16]
Paul, (Jul 4, 2016)
What happens to self-driving cars once the illusion of absolute safety comes undone? We’re about to find out. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Jun 24, 2016)
There’s enough autonomous capability to reach Level 4 for most commuters, Volvo’s Ander Eugensson tells Paul Myles. [Auto.Myles.2016.06.20]
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