Soon, all car manufacturers are into self-driving cars. They, however, approach this is different ways.
Industries split over going fast or slow on driverless cars | The Seattle Times
With their different heritages, automakers and tech companies are taking different approaches to a singular goal: getting autonomous cars on the road.
Source: Industries split over going fast or slow on driverless cars | The Seattle Times
A set of impressive companies list what the future of cars look like, and then there is some cool reverse engineering.
We created our own autonomous car. Technology just got stylish
Autonomous cars have never been closer to everyday reality. To explore the roads of tomorrow, GQ reverse-engineers three hot concepts and designs our own vision for a future that’s fast approaching
Source: We created our own autonomous car. Technology just got stylish
Volvo’s work is more and more interesting, especially since their goal by 2020 to not have anyone seriously hurt or killed by their cars.
Volvo to run ‘largest’ test of driverless cars in London
Company executive says the goal is to make operating self-driving cars as easy as smartphone use
Source: Volvo to run ‘largest’ test of driverless cars in London
The trucking industry is in for some big changes.
Transportation Technology Wises Up | autonomous vehicles uberization
Self-driving trucks, intelligent highways and freight-hauling apps are changing the way goods can be transported and delivered.
Source: Transportation Technology Wises Up | autonomous vehicles uberization
More and more are experimenting with self-driving cars.
Driverless shuttle is put through its paces in Arlington | The Star-Telegram
Residents were offered a ride during a demonstration of a driverless shuttle on Thursday in Arlington, where city officials are considering high-tech alternatives to mass transit.
Source: Driverless shuttle is put through its paces in Arlington | The Star-Telegram