Autonomous Vehicles

Highways England unveils self-driving truck...

May 20, 20191 Comment

The dump trucks, which move huge amounts of earth, have the potential to work around the clock, so could help reduce the length of time

Excitement for autonomous vehicles soars bu...

May 09, 2019No Comments

A new study from the Capgemini Research Institute has found that consumer preference for riding in self-driving cars is set to double within the next

How AI is shaping the auto industry

Apr 10, 2019Comments off

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere. It’s no surprise that PWC in its latest study is predicting that AI could contribute up $15.7 trillion1 to the

New technology in transport welcomed by the...

Apr 09, 2019Comments off

The British public welcomes the use of new technology in public transport but doesn’t expect to see further advances in the near future, according to

Auto Windscreens’ Head of ADAS honoured a...

Apr 05, 2019Comments off

Auto Windscreens’ Head of ADAS, Helen Keenan has been named as one of the top 40 female automotive sector influencers at ABP (Auto Body Professionals)

Daimler Doubles Down on Self-Driving Trucks...

Apr 01, 2019Comments off

Reports from America that Daimler Trucks have purchased a majority interest in Torc Robotics, a Virginia-based maker of highly automated vehicle systems that Daimler sees

UK set to adopt vehicle speed limiters R...

Mar 28, 2019Comments off

Mark Salisbury, editor FleetPoint: Following our report on the EU’s plans to introduce speed limiters and ‘black boxes’ on all new cars from 2022, the

‘It can save lives’ – Einride CEO pro...

Mar 27, 2019Comments off

Einride CEO Robert Falck used to work for Volvo, responsible for the production of heavy-duty diesel engines. But, he became increasingly uncomfortable, due to environmental

All new cars to have a speed limiter fitted

Mar 27, 2019Comments off

Under new EU safety rules, all new cars from 2022 must be fitted with Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) and ‘black boxes’ that will use the

Autonomous driving: The world’s first all...

Mar 21, 2019Comments off

Gacha is the world’s first self-driving robot bus that works in any weather. What makes Gacha unique is its ability to work reliably even under

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