GM has announced its next generation autonomous driving software, Ultra Cruise, covering 95% of driving scenarios.
Elon Musk has admitted developing autonomous cars is harder than he thought, as the timeline for the latest software update slips again.
Lyft has announced Toyota subsidiary Woven Planet is acquiring its self-driving division, Level 5.
Ford is laying down the gauntlet in the self-driving arena, declaring its BlueCruise software has completed the “Mother of All Road Trips.”
Driverless tech company Motional has announced it will use Hyundai’s IONIQ 5 for its robotaxi deal with Lyft.
Waymo has released a detailed report of its autonomous driving test scenarios, providing evidence of the technology’s ability to prevent fatalities.
Honda has announced a major first for the auto industry, being the first to release a Level 3 autonomous vehicle, as part of the Honda Legend Hybrid EX.
Volkswagen has announced it is partnering with Microsoft to use Azure to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles.
Toyota is partnering with Aurora and Denso to develop autonomous vehicles, rather than going it alone.
Dell Technologies CTO John Roese says 2021 will be a big year for 5G, as it moves beyond the consumer and begins to reach its full potential.
As automakers around the world partner up with leading tech companies, Volkswagen is taking a different approach, developing its autonomous software in-house.
The rumored Apple Car has been making headlines again, although recent reports are placing its debut several years away.
Waymo has announced it will no longer use the term “self-driving,” embracing “fully autonomous driving technology” instead.
“We think the commercialization of autonomous driving for trucks will probably take place a lot sooner than it will take place in the passenger car vehicle sector,” says Richard Zhang, CFO of Full Truck Alliance.
Gene Munster discusses how California in forcing drivers to be employees may ultimately speed up the efforts of Uber and Lyft to go fully self-driving and thereby simply eliminate all human drivers.
The fact is as much as 5G is going to be tremendous, and it’s going to bring an amazing architectural shift to our economy and to our markets and economy, it’s still not here, says Skyworks Solutions CEO Liam Griffin. It is here in certain areas but the rollout has been somewhat delayed due to coronavirus.
Pony.ai has announced that it has secured $400 million in funding from Toyota to help develop its autonomous driving tech.
“Autonomous driving is coming no matter what,” says Says SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son. SoftBank is Uber’s largest shareholder. “That’s the destiny of where technology is going to drive us,” he added. “When autonomous driving comes the cost of providing the service will dramatically get more efficient.”