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Silicon Valley startup Nuro said Feb 6 that it obtained US regulatory authority to operate a fully autonomous delivery vehicle and would begin testing it in Texas, the United States, in the coming weeks.
NEW YORK: General Motors Co said it would wind down its Australian and New Zealand operations and sell a Thai plant in the latest restructuring of its global business, costing the United States auto maker US$1.1bil.
May Mobility Inc’s boxy white-and-green self-driving shuttle pulls up to a damp corner in downtown Detroit. Its big doors swing out revealing a safety driver and six seats that face each other. It’s more comfortable than a subway car or most buses, but not by much.
Researchers were able to trick a Tesla Inc vehicle into speeding by putting a strip of electrical tape over a speed limit sign, spotlighting the kinds of potential vulnerabilities facing automated driving systems.
As customer fears about the coronavirus cast a shadow over China’s food delivery industry, several companies have announced robot delivery-related services. Meituan put its autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads for the first time this week, while JD.com and Ele.me are sending robots into quarantine areas.
Intel Corp on Feb 24 launched new microprocessors, including a second generation Xeon processor for datacentres and a 10nm chip for wireless 5G base stations.
Autonomous driving firm Pony.ai said on Feb 26 it has raised US$462mil (RM1.95bil) in its latest funding round, led by an investment by Japan's largest automaker Toyota Motor Corp.
When you slide into the car of the future, you may feel like you've already reached your destination.
Alphabet’s Waymo and General Motors-backed Cruise saw their autonomous vehicles require less help from human drivers on California's public roads in 2019.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): A city famous for traffic jams is looking to solve its congestion and pollution woes by building a massive train station and overhauling its rail network.