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Paul, (Jun 16, 2015)
Connectivity is being heralded as the only way forward for the autonomous vehicle, yet Paul Myles found out that a group of Oxford scientists are proving their car can navigate without the Internet’s help
A Range Rover Sport controlled remotely by a smartphone has been showcased by Jaguar Land Rover
Andrew Tolve, (Jun 12, 2015)
Jaguar Land Rover researches a pothole identification technology, as the self-driving car race between search giants Google and Baidu heats up. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (Jun 11, 2015)
For the first time, TU Automotive Detroit included four separate tracks: telematics, data and services, autonomy and mobility, reports Susan Kuchinskas
TU Automotive Detroit 2015 has grown in line with the explosion of technology and innovations seen by Susan Kuchinskas on the first day of the 15th annual conference
Andrew Tolve, (Jun 11, 2015)
The auto and tech worlds descend on Detroit for the signature connected car event of the year, as Andrew Tolve reports
Charlotte, (Jun 3, 2015)
Results of the industry’s top awards see winners that span the giants and the minnows united by the impact they have made in the past year.
Andrew Tolve, (May 29, 2015)
Automakers head to Shanghai for the inaugural CES Asia, as Chevrolet rolls out CarPlay and Android Auto to 14 of its models in 2016. Andrew Tolve reports.
Paul, (May 26, 2015)
Audi expect to sell cars as much on their electronic technology as on horsepower, a senior sales executive has said
Andrew Tolve, (May 25, 2015)
Continental puts up €600 million for Elektrobit Automotive, as the Takata recall impacts 34 million vehicles. Andrew Tolve reports.
Charlotte, (May 22, 2015)
Driverless cars hit the road and prove Tomorrowland is not just a movie but a reality yet, as Brendan McNally reports, there are still some legal bumps on the road to autonomy
Paul, (May 20, 2015)
Car sales will nearly halve with the advent of autonomous vehicles an analyst at Barclays have predicted
Paul, (May 19, 2015)
A Daimler ‘driverless’ truck has driven on US public highways after the manufacturer became the world’s first to be granted a road licence for an autonomous truck
Andrew Tolve, (May 15, 2015)
Google gives the green light to its self-driving vehicle prototype, as DriveFactor rakes in a $22 million pay day. Andrew Tolve reports.
Charlotte, (May 15, 2015)
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