Torn between need for safety and desire for control

Self-driving technology is on the rise and developments are being reported on an almost daily basis. However, new research from Kelley Blue Book reveals that Americans are most comfortable with the vehicles currently on the road today, believing that they are significantly safer than models with a higher level of autonomy.  The company commissioned the national study to understand current consumer...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
Nvidia processor

Nvidia launches mobile processor for autonomous vehicle

Nvidia launched a new mobile processor for the next generation of autonomous vehicles, called Parker. The company reveiled the architecture and underlying technology of this processor at the Hot Chips conference in Cupertino, California. According...Read more
|Comment|author: Marieke Van Gompel

First self-driving taxi available in Singapore

NuTonomy has launched the first-ever public trial of a robo-taxi service. The trial, which will continue on an on-going basis, is being held within Singapore’s one-north business district, where nuTonomy has been conducting daily autonomous...Read more
|Comment|author: Vincent Krabbendam