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Paul, (Oct 20, 2017)
Vehicle simulator start-up wants to drive autonomous car development without hitting the road, Danny Atsmon tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Oct 16, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Nvidia, Amazon Alexa, Jeep, GM, Strobe, Octo Telematics, Willis Towers Watson, Panasonic and MIT.
WardsAuto, (Oct 13, 2017)
A camera looks at a driver’s eyes, mouth and even ears to judge his or her attentiveness. Christie Schweinsberg reports.
Paul, (Oct 6, 2017)
We’re aiming for a terabyte a month of data from cars, Kymeta’s Nathan Kundtz tells Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Oct 2, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Toyota, Uber, Lyft, Ford, Jaguar, BMW and Daimler Trucks.
Paul, (Sep 29, 2017)
Louis Bedigian investigates the countdown to autonomous vehicle deployment.
Paul, (Sep 22, 2017)
Retrofit driverless tech possibilities for the aftermarket explored by Louis Bedigian.
Paul, (Sep 18, 2017)
Also in the news are Samsung, Frankfurt Auto Show, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, SEAT, Audi, IBM and TomTom.
WardsAuto, (Sep 15, 2017)
Guidance clears the way for automakers and suppliers to test autonomous systems on the open road without obtaining regulatory permission. James M Amend reports.
Paul, (Sep 15, 2017)
A sensor’s effectiveness can be proved ahead of getting an autonomous car on the road, according to Danielle Fredrick head of marketing with Optis.
Paul, (Sep 4, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Audi, Ford, PSA, The US House of Representatives, Toyota, Mazda, Continental, Domino’s and Samsung.
Paul, (Sep 1, 2017)
The effects of deep learning, machine learning for the auto industry, explored by Susan Kuchinskas.
Paul, (Aug 28, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Audi, Toyota, Tesla, Uber, Bosch, TRL, DAF Trucks and DHL.
Paul, (Aug 25, 2017)
From airbags to autonomous, there could be commercially fatal risk to suppliers, thinks Graham Jarvis.
Paul, (Aug 21, 2017)
Also in the news this week are Intel, Waymo, Apple, Mobileye, Tesla, Royal Truck & Equipment, ZenDrive, GasBuddy, Toyota and Nissan.
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