By 2020, the two companies look to install an infotainment solution in millions of vehicles throughout China.
Novares’s third-generation demonstrator aims to ease transition between normal and autonomous driving.
That total encompasses the sale of all “electrified” vehicles, meaning all-battery as well as gasoline-hybrid EVs.
The vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology connects to traffic-signal networks in eight cities to indicate the “time-to-green.”
The automaker, in partnership with two suppliers, is creating a new company to accelerate autonomous vehicle development. By Murray Slovick, Contributing Editor Toyota Motor Corp. will spend $2.8 [...]
With its 1928 × 1088 active-pixel array, the CMOS sensor delivers both low-light and high-dynamic-range scene performance. By Murray Slovick, Contributing Editor With insurance companies [...]
Look out Uber! Waymo is set to launch a commercial driverless taxi fleet in the Phoenix area. By Murray Slovick, Contributing Editor The race to place self-driving cars into the [...]
New rules provide for a link that delivers data on vehicle location and status, allowing two-way communication between a remote operator and any passengers. By Murray Slovick, Contributing [...]
The vehicle would be able to spot traffic offenders, offer pursuit, and issue tickets. By Murray Slovick, Contributing Technical Writer Last month, AAA released a study showing that people [...]