Ford is charging ahead in its goal to make a driverless car. Continue Reading...
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Although Ford plans to have its driverless cars on roadways by 2021, they won’t sell them to the public until 2025. Continue Reading...
The world’s first controlled environment specifically for testing driverless and connected cars has opened. Continue Reading...
Driverless cars are set to make a big impact in the automotive industry. Continue Reading...
Volvo is close to putting driverless cars into the hands of real consumers. Continue Reading...
Self-driving cars could spell a major reduction in the number of vehicles a household needs. Continue Reading...
Self-driving cars may be on their way, but the FBI is wary of the technology and has legitimate concerns. Continue Reading...
Seeking to steer drivers toward being ready to accept self-driving cars, Nissan will introduce two new technologies in the near future that will assume vehicle control at low speeds. Continue Reading...
Were technology the only determining factor in delivering autonomous vehicles, autonomous vehicles would arrive in 2018. Continue Reading...
The Honda ASIMO robot is more than a novelty project. In fact, it could dramatically change the way we drive. Continue Reading...
A survey conducted by CarInsurance.com suggests that 20 percent of drivers would prefer to have their cars take over on their daily commutes. Continue Reading...
Placing confidence in a self-driving car will be a big step for any driver, but a new study from KPMG LLP shows that consumers trust big tech companies more than automakers to get the job done. Continue Reading...
Nissan isn’t the only auto maker with 2020 in mind for its self-driving car technology. Continue Reading...
Like it or not, self-driving cars are the future of personal transportation. A diverse group of global companies ranging from Volvo to Google are feverishly developing systems to enable autonomous autos. Continue Reading...
Experts at IEEE believe that 75 percent of the cars on the road in 2040 will be autonomous, and now the state of California is well on its way to getting there. Continue Reading...
Expert members at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology, believe that by 2040, 75 percent of cars on the road will be autonomous. Continue Reading...
Autonomous cars are instruments of the Devil and they need to be kept off the road. They commit wicked acts like driving blind people on errands. Continue Reading...
It was only December of last year when Google earned patents for autonomous vehicles. Now, the technology continues to rapidly move ahead as automotive supplier Continental has commenced testing a semi-autonomous vehicle of its own that is more affordable and could be among the first licensed for use on Nevada’s designated public roads by months… Continue Reading...
You might have wondered what it would be like to have our vehicles drive themselves, but seeing how it could affect roadways as we know it is, well, terrifying. One of the biggest impacts autonomous cars would have is at intersections. With driverless cars controlling themselves, the need for traffic lights and even stop signs… Continue Reading...
Google isn’t alone in its plan to bring autonomous cars to roads near you. There is now at lest one other major player, with the National University of Defense Technology in China having built a self-driving project of its own. Working with China’s First Auto Works, the university researchers took a Hongqi HQ3 sedan and… Continue Reading...
A state made famous on for its loose laws and even looser morality, you can now add another item to the list of things you’re allowed to do in Nevada: ride along in a driverless car. Thanks to the passing of Bill No. 511, Nevada is the first state to allow Google’s autonomous cars. The… Continue Reading...
Years from now you’ll remember reading this article. It will be the first time you ever heard about Volkswagen‘s new Temporary Auto Pilot, a technology that lets a car essentially drive by itself. Science fiction? Hardly, VW claims its far closer to rolling this auto pilot option in production models that you’d expect. Anyone who’s… Continue Reading...
Yet Volvo is taking radical steps, setting a lofty goal of nobody dying in any of its cars by 2020, but says it “needs to understand the mechanisms about how people think,” in order to get there. Continue Reading...
After secretly testing a fleet of autonomous cars in California, Google is now looking to shift driverless ‘driving’ into gear in Nevada, lobbying state officials to allow the vehicle to be legally driven on public roads. To achieve their goal, and the dream of the projects creator and former Stanford professor Sebastian Thrun, Google has… Continue Reading...