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Tag Archives: self-driving car
Driverless Cars are Going to be More Than Just Cars
During my Monday morning commute, I’d love to take a driverless vehicle that includes a spinning class. On Friday evening, I’d love to take a four wheel drive driverless shared vehicle to Tahoe for skiing. And if I weren’t already … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Future Tagged chrysler, disruptive technology, driverless cars, Lyft, mercedes, panasonic, self-driving car, technology, tesla, Uber 3 Comments
What is the Potential Impact of ‘Smart Trucks’ Within the Trucking Industry?
I’m happy to introduce Justin Fox, a graduate from the University of Kent, who is my next guest blogger. Casting an eye to the future, Justin has identified automation as one of the primary issues set to dominate international affairs, , as … Continue reading
2017 CES Driverless Favorites and Reflections
While I was not able to attend the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year, I have greatly enjoyed following the buzz around it. Automakers and technology developers have been saving up their biggest headlines for this event. I thought I’d … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Future Tagged android, audi, bmw, chrysler, driverless, easymile, faraday future, Google, honda, microsoft, mobileye, nissan, nvidia, self-driving car, technology 1 Comment
When are Driverless Vehicles REALLY Coming?!
Well obviously it depends on who you ask. And it depends on what you mean by “driverless!” As stated in this Wall Street Journal article headline, the “self-driving hype doesn’t reflect reality.” Over the last year, we have seen the … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Development, Driverless Car Future Tagged autonomous, driverless, sae, sae level 4, sae level 5, self-driving car, sharing 2 Comments
Driverless Vehicle Ethics – Should We Care?
I think I’ve avoided this topic long enough. The types of questions the industry is often faced with are: How will the vehicle decide who to kill: the driver or other people? And will the vehicle have knowledge to make … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Impacts, Uncategorized Tagged driverless cars, ethics, Germany, MIT, moralmachine, self-driving car, technology 2 Comments
AV Pilots: Policy, Funding, and Partnerships are Happening!
Pilots, pilots, and more pilots! This is an exciting time in the driverless vehicle world because we’re starting to see Level 3 and 4 automated vehicles being piloted in many different settings around the world (e.g., Japan, Pittsburgh, Singapore, and … Continue reading
Posted in Driverless Car Development, Uncategorized Tagged automated vehicles, driverless, partnerships, pilots, self-driving car, technology, testing, USDOT 3 Comments
Should Road User Charging be Introduced along with Driverless Vehicles?
I was happy to find that a consistent theme at the ITS World Congress this year was on the importance of shifting to road user charging to fund infrastructure investments. The idea behind road user charging is that people pay … Continue reading
How Driverless Vehicles Could Impact Parking
“We have significant parking demands today, but should we invest in a parking structure that may not be needed in a few years?” “Will we need all of the parking that we have today?” “How can we make sure driverless … Continue reading
My First Driverless Vehicle Riding Experience!
I’m ashamed to say that it has taken me two weeks to write about one of the highlights of my trip down under….I got to ride in a driverless shuttle in Perth, Australia! Earlier this year, the RAC (a private … Continue reading
The Biggest Barrier to Driverless Vehicle Adoption: Human Acceptance?
Here are just a few stats from some surveys that have been conducted recently: In the United Kingdom, 73% of people would not give up driving in exchange for a driverless car and 38% of people would not likely buy … Continue reading