Japan’s National Policy Agency announced that it would lift a ban preventing SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicles from operating on Japanese roads.
American Robotics was the first company to receive FAA approval to operate automated drones without humans on-site in 2021.
The DOT announced it’s establishing a two year committee that will make recommendations on how to best innovate the transportation industry.
The UTM Field Test aims at improving standards, data exchange methods and cybersecurity capabilities in the drone community.
Now that the testing method is approved, Virginia Tech can work with drone manufacturers to conduct tests and design new models of aircrafts.
Lawsuit alleges J&J executives misrepresented their intentions when it acquired Auris Health for $3.4 billion in 2019.
While performing a lane change, a Pony.ai autonomous vehicle hit a center divider and traffic sign in Fremont, Calif. Nobody was injured in the accident.
A U.S. ITC judge also rejected AutoStore’s request to ban Ocado, and its partners, from making and selling the products involved and from importing them into the U.S.
If passed, the provision would ban all robots that operate on anything other than muscular power, are automated or remote controlled and don’t transport passengers.
Aurora is commercializing self driving technology for both passenger and long-haul trucking applications.
The company adds two more certified integrators to its growing list of qualified integrators.
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The German Federal Government drafted new laws to manage the deployment and use of autonomous vehicles on German roads.
MassRobotics AMR Interoperability Working Group, comprised of AMR vendors, engineers and AMR end-user companies, has published a consortium-built standard to guide robotic automation interoperability.
The Society of Automotive Engineers releases a revision to the famous “6 levels of automated driving” graphic, to further define the limits of current driver support technology.
Fetch Robotics announces that its product line of AMRs is now compliant with the new ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard.
Pär-Olof Johannesson, CEO of TerraNet AB, offers his perspective on how the U.S. presidential election will affect the development of autonomous and electric vehicles worldwide, as well as relations with China.
Ayanna Howard, the first female dean of Ohio State University’s College of Engineering, discusses her new book on Sex, Race, and Robotics.
Thales, a “deep tech” multinational, is working with the state government of North Dakota and other partners to provide the TopSky UAS Traffic Management System to scale safe and secure drone air traffic control.
UL 4600 addresses safety principles and processes for evaluating fully autonomous systems, including self-driving cars and aerial drones.
Mobile robot safety must involve suppliers, integrators, and end users for compliance with the latest international standards, writes MiR’s Ed Mullen.
Developers of robots, drones, and intelligent systems should welcome data privacy regulations, writes entrepreneur and columnist Oliver Mitchell, because they will help confidence and adoption.