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Tag Archives: self-driving car
Are Driverless Vehicles Creating Jobs?
As someone who works in the driverless technology industry, this is a question that I get asked often. Not to mention, during this Coronavirus pandemic, it’s a timely question as so many people are losing their jobs. Let’s put this … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Impacts Tagged driverless cars, driverless vehicles, jobs, self-driving car, technology, testing, waymo 2 Comments
Will Driverless Vehicles Help the Coronavirus Pandemic?
It’s fun to think that driverless vehicles could be the magical answer to this global pandemic…though that’s really not the case – at least for passenger transport. While public transit vehicles are seen as germ-carrying enclosures, driverless vehicles, in theory, … Continue reading
My Reflections on CES 2019
I just returned from my first CES experience. People are not kidding when they say that the crowds, the lines, and the sheer magnitude of the conference are on another level; nothing could have prepared me! I was, however, mentally … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Development, Driverless Car Future Tagged aptiv, audi, Bell, Byton, CES, CES2019, continental, disney, driverless vehicles, easymile, Hyundai, intel, kia, news, nissan, self-driving car, technology 1 Comment
Our “Gateway Drugs” to Driverless Vehicles
Today, we see non-stop articles about society’s willingness to ride in a driverless vehicle. Companies and academic institutions have conducted countless studies globally that show a range of likelihood and circumstances that would enable people to accept this new technology. … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Development Tagged autonomous, driverless vehicles, Lyft, public acceptance, self-driving car, technology, Uber 3 Comments
Will We Ever See Level 5 (Fully Automated) Driving?
I think this gets at the heart of the “driving towards driverless” question… Vehicles that fall into SAE levels 1-4 are available today, but the leap to true fully automated driving is non-trivial. See Wired article here for SAE levels … Continue reading
Driverless Vehicles: Who’s Paying?
There are some amazing statistics regarding the lower operational costs driverless vehicles. Costs are likely to be reduced thanks to not paying for a driver/operator, less mechanical parts (so less wear and tear), electric power (likely) as opposed to gasoline, … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Future, Government Considerations Tagged automated vehicles, driverless vehicles, gett, gm, Google, Lyft, self-driving car, technology, toyota, Uber, volvo 2 Comments
Dialogue is the Path to Success
I’m happy to report that Steve Kuciemba is back with another guest blog post. Steve Kuciemba is the National Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Practice Leader for WSP USA. The other day I was asked by a public agency client … Continue reading
The Importance of Driverless Pilots
Now that I’ve been at EasyMile for over a month, I’ve recognized how important it is for cities and public transit agencies to develop driverless pilots. The time is now! The technology is here, but so many other important milestones … Continue reading
Do We Really Need to Own Driverless Cars?
I don’t even want to own a manual car today, so I certainly don’t want to own a driverless car in the future, but will others want to? The car companies would, seemingly, want us to keep buying vehicles (driverless … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Future Tagged car ownership, cars, driverless, driverless cars, driving, mobility, self-driving car, technology 3 Comments