Toyota wants to assist drivers instead of replacing them

While many car companies join the race of developing cars that can drive autonomously, Toyota does not plan to be a contender in that area. Instead of replacing them, the Japanese company aims to help drivers to travel more safely by focussing on systems for drive assistance. This was said by Seigo Kuzumaki, Toyota’s assistant chief  safety technology officer, to Automotive...Read more
|Comment|author: Vincent Krabbendam

New alliance for connected and automated driving

At a Round Table on Connected and Automated Driving, the automotive and telecom industries have formally announced the creation of Europe’s first Automotive-Telecom Alliance. The Alliance includes six leading sectorial associations, as well as 37...Read more
|Comment|author: Vincent Krabbendam
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Renault-Nissan buys software developer Sylpheo

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is acquiring the French software-development company Sylpheo to accelerate the expansion of its connected vehicle and mobility services programs. The Alliance will launch more than 10 vehicles with autonomous drive technology by 2020.  The...Read more
|Comment|author: Vincent Krabbendam

Roboat expected in Amsterdam waters in 2017

In a collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS Institute) has started the world’s first major research program on autonomous floating vessels in metropolitan...Read more
|Comment|author: Vincent Krabbendam
IntelliSafe Auto Pilot interface

Boston will test autonomous vehicles on city streets

Boston will partner up with the World Economic Forum to explore autonomous technologies in the city, Mayor Marty Walsh announced Wednesday. The collaboration will include a year-long engagement focused on creating policy recommendations and supporting...Read more
|Comment|author: Marieke Van Gompel