TÜV SÜD has determined that NVIDIA’s DRIVE OS 5.2 software meets the ISO 26262 ASIL B standard, which targets functional safety in road vehicles’ systems.
Pony.ai and Baidu have received licenses to operate L4 robotaxis in Beijing China, expanding their operations.
Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet, recently gave some insight into how it trains its Waymo Driver to avoid collisions on the road.
Running a successful robotics company is never easy. Unfortunately, these companies found out it’s even harder during a pandemic and supply chain crisis.
Vladimir Vantsevich and Lee Moradi, two professors at WPI, have established an Autonomous Vehicle Mobility Institute (AVMI).
Cruise’s CEO and co-founder Kyle Vogt announced that the self-driving company has started operations in Austin and Chandler, Arizona.
Waymo announced that it is expanding its service area in both San Francisco and Phoenix.
Cruise announced that it expanding its service area just days after the NHTSA opened an investigation into the company’s driving system.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge returns to Las Vegas at CES 2023 with more powerful engines and improved sensors and computing infrastructure onboard.
An international research team at the Incheon National University in South Korea has created an object detection system capable of 96% accuracy.
The funding includes debt financing and equity contributions to help Einride continue to scale its technology.
The United States Army and the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) awarded Kodiak Robotics with a 24-month, $49.9 million contract in October.
The company is fulfilling the first production units of its autonomous, all-electric tractor for Constellation Brands.
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.
ISEE, the Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of self-driving yard truck solutions, announced that it raised $40 million in Series B funding.
Cruise began offering daytime robotaxi rides to employees in San Francisco. The daytime operating hours could soon be open to the public.
Autonomous vehicles have major challenges. But declaring the technology dead after Argo AI’s shutdown is foolish.
Waymo One is opening up to the public in downtown Phoenix without any autonomous specialists behind the wheel.