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HELLA brings latest passenger car 77GHz radar technology into series production

With more than 90 million 24GHz sensors, HELLA, the internationally positioned automotive supplier, is one of the world’s largest radar sensor suppliers. With the introduction of the 77GHz radar sensors, the company is now further expanding its leading position in the field of radar technology as series production of the latest 77GHz radar technology for… Read More »

SMART evaluates impact of competition between Autonomous Vehicles and Public Transit

The rapid advancement of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) technology in recent years has changed transport systems and consumer habits globally. As countries worldwide see a surge in AV usage, the rise of shared Autonomous Mobility on Demand (AMoD) service is likely to be next on the cards. Public Transit (PT), a critical component of urban transportation,… Read More »

Oxbotica and Navtech launch Terran360: a world-first radar-based localization system giving centimetre precision to autonomous vehicles

Oxbotica and Navtech have launched Terran360, the world’s first all-weather radar localization solution for industrial autonomous vehicles, with the pioneering technology typically accurate to <10cm on any vehicle, in any environment. Combining Navtech’s patented FMCW radar sensor and Oxbotica’s autonomy software platform, Terran360 is an entirely new offering to the off-road autonomy market. It utilizes… Read More »

Market Breakdown for Autonomous Trucking

Bloomberg wrote a great headline: “The Race to Build Self-Driving Trucks Has Four Horses and Three Jockeys.” The article itself is mainly about robotaxis vs. autonomous trucks, but it’s worth reading for one infographic. I used data from Transport Topics to create a similar infographic here, but you should click through to the original Bloomberg… Read More »

The Station: Lyft sells its self-driving unit, Uber makes a big product push and Revel jumps into ride-hailing

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hi there, new and returning readers. This is The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to all the ways people and packages move (today and in the future) from… Read More »

Volkswagen Will Design Its Own Computers

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess revealed that VW will design its own computers for self-driving cars, according to Reuters, which is itself reporting second-hand from an interview Diess gave to the German newspaper Handelsblatt. “To achieve optimal performance in light of the high demands that exist for cars, software and hardware have to come out of… Read More »

How Ford Is Preparing Today’s Connected Vehicles for the Connected World of Tomorrow

By Ken Washington, Chief Technology Officer, Ford Motor Company There’s a new frontier in innovation, one that cannot be seen with the naked eye, but that exists, nonetheless. Everywhere you look, cities, companies and entire countries are pouring significant resources into connectivity, linking up all kinds of things so they can communicate with each other. This… Read More »