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Mobileye is Mapping 28,000 Miles of Barcelona’s Roads Daily to Improve Safety

Last  Monday, Dec. 2, Spain’s road safety authority, the Directorate-General for Traffic (DGT), and the City of Barcelona with Mobileye presented data from the first two months of the Autonomous Ready™ initiative, a program intended to enhance the safety of streets today while analyzing the status of infrastructure to continue improving roads for the future.…
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9th December 2019 0

Daimler starts pilot testing of self-driving Mercedes S-class taxis

FRANKFURT — Daimler is testing robotaxis in the U.S. despite new CEO Ola Kallenius saying that the automaker will “rightsize” its spending level on self-driving technologies. Daimler’s autonomous-driving technology will more likely be applied to commercial vehicles for freight companies on long haul routes than taxis, Kallenius told journalists at the company’s investor day in…
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3rd December 2019 0

NIO Inc. Announces Strategic Collaboration with Mobileye to Bring Level 4 Autonomous Driving Vehicles to Consumers in China and Beyond

SHANGHAI, China, Nov. 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NIO Inc. (“NIO” or the “Company”) (NYSE: NIO), a pioneer in China’s premium electric vehicle market, today announced a strategic collaboration with Mobileye, the global leader in the development of vision technology for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, and an Intel company, on the…
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6th November 2019 0

Toyota, GM, NVIDIA and others team up on self-driving car chips

Autonomous vehicles pose a whole bunch of R&D challenges. With so many aspects to consider — power consumption, safety, user interface and data management, to name just a few — creating a common computing platform for their use is a big ask of just one company. That’s why a group of automotive and tech businesses…
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11th October 2019 0

Aptiv and Hyundai Motor Group to Form Autonomous Driving Joint Venture

Joint venture advances the development of production-ready autonomous driving systems for commercialization of Level 4 and 5 self-driving technologies The autonomous driving platform will be available for robotaxi providers, fleet operators, and automotive manufacturers in 2022 The partnership reinforces Aptiv and Hyundai Motor Group’s shared vision of making mobility more safe, green, connected, and accessible…
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2nd October 2019 0

Self-driving startup Deeproute.ai pulls in $50 million

Deeproute.ai, a Chinese autonomous driving startup, said it has raised $50 million in a fresh round of funding from top Chinese investors, as yet another company bursts into view in the country’s thriving smart mobility market. Why it matters: The deal may signal that Chinese venture capital funds are once again favouring self-driving startups, as…
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26th September 2019 0

Building the Model T for Gen Z

Before long, the rideshares we summon with our phones may come without drivers. Though that’s not a ride many would accept just yet, a number of companies are nearing launch phase on driverless robotaxi vehicles. Alphabet subsidiary Waymo launched the first limited commercial robotaxi service last December in Phoenix, and existing ride-hailing services like Uber…
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24th September 2019 0

British-founded start-up Voyage wins funding from Jaguar Land Rover for driverless retirement home shuttles

Voyage, the Silicon Valley self-driving car startup founded by a British entrepreneur, has raised $31m (£25m) including from Jaguar Land Rover as it prepares to launch a commercial, driverless taxi service. The company, which currently operates self-driving cars as transport for residents of retirement communities in Florida and California, said it was preparing to remove…
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23rd September 2019 0