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For seven days next July, before Japan kicks off the Summer Olympics, Tokyo will let dozens of driverless vehicles roam freely around the competition venues in the city’s waterfront area to promote the nascent technology.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing plans to start using self-driving vehicles to pick up passengers in a district of Shanghai city in a pilot scheme, a senior executive said, taking a further step towards commercialising self-driving technology.
Equipment such as road sensors, laser and microwave radars, panoramic video surveillance, were tested at the highway. China is targeting for smart vehicles to account for half of all new cars sold at home by 2020.
Toyota Motor Corp has designs on making robot helpers for your home, and has enlisted a Japanese startup that specialises in artificial intelligence to jump-start its plan.
Growing numbers of young people whizzing around Europe’s big cities on electric scooters may represent a nightmare for some pedestrians and motorists, but for Swedish sharing startup VOI they offer a path to positive cash flow.
California has granted Waymo permission to carry passengers in the autonomous vehicles it is testing on the state’s roads, paving the way for the self-driving car company to roll out a taxi service here.
Renault and Nissan said June 20 they had teamed up with Waymo, the autonomous vehicle unit of Google-parent company Alphabet, to explore the development of driverless mobility services in their home markets.
Forget drones. The future of deliveries may be robo-vans.
General Motors Co faces pushback over its request that US regulators waive some automobile safety standards to make it possible to deploy a ride-sharing fleet of driverless cars without steering wheels or other human controls.
Japanese car giant Toyota and investment fund SoftBank Vision Fund unveiled an investment of US$1bil (RM4.14bil) in US company Uber to drive forward the development of driverless ride-sharing services.