Now Lyft gets Permission test their self-driving cars on California roads

Lyft is the newest company to be added to the ever-growing list of those allowed to test their self-driving technology on public roads in California state. The California Department of motor vehicles added Lyft to the list recently, following Lyft’s foundation of a self-driving technology development center earlier this year, and its announcement that it’d […]

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Uber is buying up to 24,000 Volvo XC90 SUVs for its self-driving fleet

Uber will buy up to 24,000 Volvo XC90s, to form a fleet of driverless vehicles, reports Bloomberg. The XC90, that start at $45,750, is delivered between 2019 and 2021. the base vehicles feature core autonomous driving technologies which will enable Uber to add its own automation features yet, Volvo says. “This new agreement puts us […]

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Ryder, Embark semi-autonomous semi trucks deliver to fridges

Last year, Otto made a 120-mile beer run. currently, Ryder and Frigidaire have partnered with autonomous trucking company Embark to deliver smart fridges from Texas to California. You know, thus you’ve got a place to store the brews. Embark thinks that freeways are the ideal test grounds for its autonomous efforts because there are not […]

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Sony’s autonomous concept is all about entertainment on the go

Sony concept vehicle is all about the entertainment on the go. Naturally. Its SC-1 (translated) is more or less a shuttle outfitted with high-res image sensors, It is operated autonomously, or driven, and Sony claims that the image sensors placed around the car, (and the displays within high quality enough) are sensitive enough that you […]

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During a emergencies Waymo cars won’t ask for human help

Waymo has begun testing really autonomous vehicles that do not even need to hand off control to human drivers in dangerous situations. Alphabet’s autonomous car development arm has shown off the newest version of its Chrysler Pacifica minivans at an event in California, where the vehicles drove people around without a person sitting within the […]

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Toyota will test autonomous cars at tough California proving ground

Toyota’s research Institute can test its autonomous vehicle tech at GoMentum Station, a 5,000 acre proving ground for self-driving vehicle tech located in Walnut Creek, California. The proving ground will allow TRI to test out both its ‘Guardian’ and its ‘Chauffeur’ autonomous driving systems, that aim at automated safety protocols to help human drivers, and […]

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Baidu updates its open-source autonomous driving platform

It’s odd that the search engine company referred to as the “Google of China” says that its open-source autonomous driving platform Apollo is that the “Android of the auto industry.” but that is specifically what Baidu is trying to be with Apollo and it’s racking up partners worldwide (including Ford, Daimler, NVIDIA and others) to […]

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Comma AI’s EON Dashcam DevKit are a stepping stone to autonomous driving

Announcing the EON Dashcam DevKit You all know for its dashcam software chffr. chffr runs on iOS and Android, and is just about the best dashcam experience you can get…in an app. But we want to go beyond that, so we built a dedicated device.   The EON Dashcam DevKit, a dedicated hardware dashcam. […]

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