Autonomous Vehicle Systems
Welcome to the Automated Vehicles channel. This section explores the advent and timely development of automated and autonomous vehicle technology and related infrastructure developments.
Yesterday boasted a full schedule of sessions, tech demonstrations, and chatter on the expo floor.
Hear from three mobility leaders in Ann Arbor, Mich., about autonomous mobility technology solutions
The multi-step action plan will go into effect immediately
This step forward for autonomous car developers is being greeted with scrutiny over safety concerns, following recent AV-related death in Arizona
California DMV grants permission for shared autonomous vehicle testing at Bishop Ranch
The pods organize riders by moving in swarms to improve public transportation
Short-range communications radios will be installed along the campus this year
Two federal investigators will examine the Model S incident
The California Department of Transportation plans to begin putting 6-in. stripes on I-5 from Orland to the Oregon border during the first half of this year
Mapping of city roads began last week
The global center for testing and validation will debut testing by the Toyota Research Institute, among other entities
The legislation that would establish the authority will be considered by state lawmakers in 2018
The Downtown Tampa Autonomous Transit Project will be funded by the Florida Department of Transportation
Toyota Research Institute in partnership with GoMentum Station will focus testing on hazardous driving scenarios in Concord, Calif.
The chipmaker’s tech is already in the Pacifica fleet Waymo is using in test trials
The city of Jaworzno, Poland, has created a special legal framework that supports the operation of autonomous cars and trucks throughout the city
Research into and requirements for road markings and work zones in a connected-vehicle environment to boost safety and advance technology
The idea is to have sensors equipped with object detection technology on the self-driving vehicles to ensure safety in accidents involving pedestrians
The study expects that by 2040, 20% to 85% of traffic will be highly or fully automated