Ibeo recently filed for insolvency because it could not secure further growth financing.
Japan’s National Policy Agency announced that it would lift a ban preventing SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicles from operating on Japanese roads.
Cruise recently released its safety report to give the public insights on what the company does to ensure its autonomous vehicles are safe.
Nuro, an autonomous vehicle delivery company with deployments in California and Texas, laid off about 300 employees on Friday.
Waymo announced that it will soon begin giving autonomous robotaxi rides, with no automation specialists in the vehicles, in San Francisco.
Motional and Lyft announced that the companies are rolling out an autonomous ride-hailing service in Los Angeles.
Cruise began offering daytime robotaxi rides to employees in San Francisco. The daytime operating hours could soon be open to the public.
Waymo One is opening up to the public in downtown Phoenix without any autonomous specialists behind the wheel.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge racing is live at the Texas Motor Speedway on November 11, 2022, or catch the action online with a live simulcast.
Members of the company’s Trusted Tester Program can now hail one of its all-electric Jaguar I-PACE equipped with a fifth-generation Waymo Driver 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for rides between downtown Phoenix and Phoenix Sky Harbor.
Ford and VW announced that the companies would be ending their investment in Argo AI and that the company would be shutting its doors.
Ford’s CEO, Jim Farley, gave more insight into the company’s decision to stop investing in Argo AI during Ford’s third-quarter earnings call.
Argo AI, the self-driving company previously backed by Ford and VW, is closing down.
Motional and Uber signed a 10-year framework agreement that would include autonomous vehicles providing ride-hailing and delivery services.
Waymo released its Response Time and Collision Avoidance Benchmarking papers to provide clarity on the benchmarks it has for its vehicles.
Velodyne Lidar announced it signed a multi-year agreement for Stanley Robotics to use its sensors in the company’s valet parking solution.
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Seoul Robotics, a company taking an ATI approach to autonomous driving, brought in $25 million in Series B funding.
Waymo is a leading developer of autonomous driving technology, with public robotaxi services up and running in Phoenix and San Francisco.
Cruise has developed four chips for autonomous vehicles in house so far, according to Carl Jenkins, the company’s head of hardware.
Nexar announced the release of its Driver Behavioral Maps, which aim to make autonomous vehicles drive more naturally.
SWARMING uses vehicle-to-vehicle communications to ensure the vehicles are posed to predefined positions and velocities at given times.