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AutoX Self-Driving Car Uses $50 Off-the-Shelf Cameras
AutoX is a self-driving car startup that has flown under the radar. Until now. AutoX released the first video of its self-driving Lincoln MKZ that uses $50 off-the-shelf cameras from Best Buy to navigate the streets of California.
Latest in Driverless Transportation CES Demo Shows How to Prevent Hacks on Self-Driving Cars
By RT Staff · 27 December, 2016 • Karamba Security and FEV will demonstrate at CES 2017 how to prevent hacks on self-driving cars. Karamba’s software enables electronic control units to autonomously protect themselves from hackers.Infineon Self-Driving Car Tech Coming to CES
By RT Staff · 16 December, 2016 • German semiconductor giant Infineon Technologies will demo its advanced driver assistance system and its 77 GHz radar and LiDAR and 3D cameras that are making self-driving cars safer.Waymo is Google’s New Self-Driving Car Company
By Steve Crowe · 13 December, 2016 • Google's self-driving car project is now known as Waymo, a standalone company under the Alphabet corporate umbrella. And that could mean it's time to take the technology to market.Meet the CES Robotics Conference Lineup
By RT Staff · 12 December, 2016 • The CES Robotics Conference will explore how robots are transforming our lives. Hear from CyPhy Works, Hanson Robotics, NVIDIA, Savioke, Softbank, Starship Technologies and more.Honda NeuV Self-Driving Car Feels Human Emotions
By Steve Crowe · 6 December, 2016 • Honda will be showcasing at CES 2017 its NeuV autonomous car concept that uses artificial intelligence to feel human emotions and build a stronger connection between the car and human passenger. Honda will also demo a robot motorcycle at CES 2017.Apple Self-Driving Car Interest Revealed
By RT Staff · 5 December, 2016 • Apple for the first time acknowledges an interest in self-driving cars. In a letter to the NHTSA, Apple writes that it is "excited about the potential of automated systems in many areas, including transportation."Comma.ai Self-Driving Car Software Now Open Source
By Brad Templeton · 5 December, 2016 • Comma.ai, which shut down its Comma One self-driving car kit, has open-sourced its new Open Pilot software to resurrect its DIY autonomous vehicle project.Starship Delivery Robot Makes First Fast Food Run
By Steve Crowe · 2 December, 2016 • Starship and Just Eat, an online food order and delivery service, delivered a takeout meal to a London resident via robot.Otto Self-Driving Truck to Test on Ohio’s Public Roads
By Steve Crowe · 29 November, 2016 • Otto's self-driving truck will be tested on two public roads in Ohio, including a 35-mile section of Route 33, a four-lane, divided highway, during regular traffic flow.Quanergy S3 Solid State LiDAR Wins CES Best of Innovation Award
By RT Staff · 23 November, 2016 • Quanergy's S3 solid state LiDAR won the CES 2017 Best of Innovation Award in the vehicle intelligence category. The Se is the world's first solid state LiDAR used for computer-assisted perception for autonomous cars.How Tesla Autopilot Sees the Road in Real Time
By Steve Crowe · 21 November, 2016 • Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets a video that shows how Tesla Autopilot sees the road in real time, sharing views from three cameras mounted on the self-driving car.nuTonomy Self-Driving Cars Coming to Boston
By Steve Crowe · 21 November, 2016 • nuTonomy will put its self-driving cars to the test against the confusing streets and unpredictable weather of Boston, Mass. before the end of 2016. nuTonomy will begin testing its self-driving car, an electric Renault Zoe, in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, a 191-acre area in Boston's Seaport district.AImotive aiDrive Level 5 Self-Driving Car Comes to US
By Steve Crowe · 14 November, 2016 • AImotive is a full stack software company delivering AI-based software for self-driving cars.Cities Worldwide Embracing Self-Driving Vehicles
By Peter Els · 10 November, 2016 • The realization self-driving vehicles are going to have a major impact on transportation is beginning to sink in. Here's how cities around the world are preparing for self-driving cars.Self-Driving Scooter Helps Mobility-impaired People Get Around
By Steve Crowe · 8 November, 2016 • MIT and the National University of Singapore have built a self-driving scooter to get mobility-impaired people from a vehicle to home or the mall. The self-driving scooter uses the same sensors and software that had been used in previous autonomous car and golf cart tests.
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