Intel develops advanced simulation solutions to help bridge the gap from virtual to real-world environments for off-road vehicles.
Mobileye recently shipped its 100 millionth EyeQ® system-on-chip, unveiled its production robotaxi, and scaled its autonomous vehicle testing across multiple cities around the world covering the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Rashed Haq, VP of Robotics at Cruise, talks about how to train, optimize and implement AI-based algorithms for the control of autonomous vehicles.
Team Polimove proved that they have the fastest autonomous racecar on the planet, taking the prize money and setting a new land speed record.
This is the next chapter in autonomous racing, this time at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
AppliedEV and Oxbotica combine their solutions to create a unique autonomous vehicle platform for a variety of applications.
Seoul Robotics announces a new funding round to help them engineer and deliver cutting edge A1-based perception tools.
Waymo provides a glimpse at its SimulationCity software environment that it uses to test and validate driving algorithms.
Nvidia has agreed to acquire precision mapping technology provider DeepMaps for an undisclosed amount. The deal adds to Nvidia’s growing set of autonomous vehicle technologies.
Waymo One ride hailing service is now visible as an ride-hailing service option to Google Maps users searching for directions within the Phoenix AZ, Waymo service area.
The German Federal Government drafted new laws to manage the deployment and use of autonomous vehicles on German roads.
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.
In this column, a self-driving vehicle researcher says that development and deployment of new technologies for delivery should accelerate to meet the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Einride’s Intelligent Freight Mobility Platform includes a portal for shippers and an app for drivers to improve fleet management and demonstrate sustainability for electric and autonomous trucks.
China-based Inceptio Technology, which is working with automotive resellers and suppliers to combine Level 3 autonomous systems with their trucks, has received funding and certification.
Einride is hiring truck drivers to be the first remote operators of its autonomous pods, which will begin commercial service in the U.S. and Sweden later this year.
Cornell University researchers have developed a way of using low-cost, stereo cameras to allow self-driving cars to detect 3D objects with a range and accuracy approaching that of lidar.