According to autonomous vehicle blog The Last License Holder, 28 companies are actively testing cars on public roads in the state of California. In total, they operated 467 vehicles and covered just over 2 million miles in autonomous mode with 143,720 disengagements occurring. According to the site Waymo is way ahead its newest rival GM Cruise Read More..
Honda is planning an extensive exhibit for next month’s CES, Las Vegas, to highlight its work in autonomous vehicles, robotics and connectivity and to attract future collaborators. Its Silicon Valley-based Honda Innovations division is to announce new tie-ups with start-ups and other partners. The Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle [pictured], designed by Honda R&D Americas, will Read More..
Styled as a ‘TED talk’-type technology conference, Automobility occurs annually in a massive tent outside the main exhibition halls of the increasingly important LA Autoshow. While the halls are abuzz with frantic last minute preparations for the main event, attendees can get a sense of the latest automotive tech trends and where the discussion will be Read More..
Volkswagen Group of America has joined Aquantia, Robert Bosch, Continental and Nvidia to form the Networking for Autonomous Vehicles (NAV) Alliance. The group intends to support the development of multi-gigabit ethernet networking in vehicles, and of its related ecosystem of cameras, sensors, gateways, data storage devices, control systems, other data transfer technologies and network architecture. Read More..
Infineon is to lead a three-year research project looking at IT security for self-driving cars. The €7.2 million SecForCARs programme (Security for Connected, Autonomous Cars) is funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research, and will explore and evaluate security mechanisms, testing for gaps in security, and eliminating security gaps as quickly as possible. Read More..