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SOUTH JORDAN, Utah, United States — A Tesla sedan with a semi-autonomous Autopilot feature has rear-ended a fire department truck at 60 mph (97 kph) apparently without braking before impact, but police say it’s unknown if the Autopilot feature was engaged. The cause of the Friday evening crash, involving a Tesla Model S and a […]
Hyundai is a motor manufacturer that’s certainly not afraid to try something new, whether it’s dipping its toe into a new segment of the market or trying out some cutting-edge new technology. Well, now the South Korean automaker has just achieved a world-first by driving a fleet of level 4 autonomous vehicles powered by hydrogen […]
HumanDrive will see the AI system being responsible for everything, which means steering, braking, speed, road position and decision-making, among others.
Non-traditional manufacturers are certainly making an effort to get in on the act of developing driverless vehicles and bringing them to market.
Self-driving buses aren’t new, but Toyota’s concept vehicle unveiled Monday aims to be more than just that: a mobile platform for e-commerce, ridesharing and medical services, for a start.
Nissan has announced it’s having success with developing technology that will enable vehicles to be controlled by interpreting signals from the driver’s brain.
Texas is already something of a hotspot for the industry, especially in and around Austin, thanks to its warm climate.
Despite being seen as at the cutting edge of automotive technology, Honda has been comparatively quiet on the topic of autonomous driving, compared with fellow Japanese carmakers Toyota and Nissan.
It’s innovations like this that will help semi-autonomous cars become a reality, especially on roads where the vast majority of vehicles are still being driven by people, not algorithms and sensor arrays.
According to a new study, as consumers transition from driving their cars to being driven by them, it will create something the firms are calling the “passenger economy.” And it could be worth over $7 trillion by 2050.