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A CAV Roadmap for Scotland

10 January 2020 – The CAV Roadmap sets out a vision for how Scotland can be at the forefront of developments in the connected & autonomous vehicle industry.

Michiel Van Ratingen at CES2020

8 January 2020 – Michiel van Ratingen speak at CES2020 about how driver monitoring technology is key to finding the right balance between driver assistance systems and driver engagement.

(Self) driving Home for Christmas

20 December 2019 – Zenzic: How will connected and self-driving vehicles improve the lives of both ourselves and our families during the festive period? We’ve gazed into our crystal ball, peering into the future to tackle 4 key questions that will provide you an insight of how the UK’s self-driving revolution will impact Christmas as we currently know it.

Anoter Tesla crash; Another investigation into Autopilot

17 December 2019 – The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said it will investigate the 12th Tesla car crash where Autopilot, its semi-autonomous driver-assist, may have been involved. This one took place Dec. 7 in Norwalk, Connecticut. A 2018 Tesla Model 3 driving Interstate 95 rear-ended a parked police car early Saturday. There were no injuries to the occupants of either car, including a dog in the Tesla’s back seat.

Remote tyre pressure monitoring system to improve CAV safety

16 December 2019 – Japanese tyre manufacturer Sumitomo Rubber Industries (SRI) has developed a solution to remotely monitor the tyre pressure of an unoccupied vehicle in preparation for the widespread deployment of self-driving mobility services.

Velodyne develops its most advanced lidar sensor

6 December 2019 – Supplier of sensing systems for the autonomous vehicle (AV) industry, Velodyne Lidar, Inc. has launched the new Alpha Prime next-generation lidar (light detection and ranging) sensor that aims to be the most advanced unit currently available.

Autonomous Vehicles in Industry - Leaders and Laggards

25 November 2019 – Whilst all eyes are focused on Waymo, Tesla, GM (Cruise) and others in the autonomous passenger vehicle market; there is another battle playing out - the adoption of automation within industry which, in several examples, is well ahead of the curve.

Another Self-Driving Car Accident, Another AI Development lesson

16 November 2019 – What we could learn from Uber's Self-Driving Car accident from March 2018. This article looks at data and the AI that goes into a self-driving car and what can be done better to avoid such accidents in the future.

Waymo CEO sees driverless trucks catching on faster than taxis

29 October 2019 – True driverless cars have arrived from Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet, but the company's cheif executive officer says robot ride hailing may not be the first form of automotive autonomy to take off commercially.

Apple co-founder: 'I've really given up' on Level 5

28 October 2019 – There was a time when Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was a believer in fully autonomous vehicles. But he has since tempered his expectations. There is simply too much unpredictability on roads, he said, for a self-driving car to manage.