Articles Tagged with ''Driverless''

Waymo Poised to Become Largest Autonomous Technology Company by 2030

Frost & Sullivan expects a Waymo-powered, Level 5 autonomous vehicle, featuring complete connectivity, to become available to the public by 2025. With over 3 million miles of on-road testing of autonomous cars and an industry-first car without a steering wheel or pedals, Waymo could potentially help commercialize its autonomous technology earlier than its competition.
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Congress Set to Act on New Self-Driving Vehicle Legislation

HR 3388, the Self Drive Act, unanimously passed the U.S. House Energy & Commerce Committee late last month; companion action awaits introduction in the Senate in September. The Coalition for Future Mobility—a growing coalition of twelve transportation, passenger safety, and consumer interest stakeholders—urged the passage of federal self-driving vehicle legislation. 
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Survey: Where Will Millennials Take the Car Industry?

Around 57 percent of car-owning millennials said they could not give up manually driving a car, while 42 percent said they would. The results of this particular question were a lot tighter than anticipated and demonstrate the openness many millennials have toward self-driving cars—an openness that is not as prevalent with older American consumers. 
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Intel Acquires 84 Percent of Mobileye Shares to Accelerate Self-Driving Technology

Intel has further extended its offer to buy out remaining shareholders of Mobileye NV after securing 84 percent of the acquisition target's shares, the two companies said on Tuesday. Intel said the acquisition is expected to accelerate innovation for the automotive industry and positions Intel as a leading technology provider in the fast-growing market for highly and fully autonomous vehicles.
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Nissan Edges Closer to Autonomous Driving With ProPilot Assist

The importance of becoming OEM certified to handle autonomous technology is top of mind for Scott Biggs, whose company, Assured Performance, just launched OEM Certification 2.0, which is designed to address many of the challenges and needs of the industry as we reach the next frontier in automotive technology and collision repair.
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Automated Valet Parking

Bosch, Daimler Partner for Driverless Parking System

Cars now proceed without a driver to their assigned parking space in response to a command issued by smartphone, without any need for the driver to supervise the maneuver. Automated valet parking marks an important milestone on the way to autonomous driving, Daimler said.
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Hyundai Launches Level 2 Autonomous Features Earlier Than Expected

The HDA2 system is considered a Level 2 autonomous feature, similar to Tesla’s Autopilot. The software handles speed and stops in highway driving conditions, and also handles changing to a crossroad, entering a junction, and merging onto a main road automatically when a driver indicates their intent to do so via their turn signal.
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