Navya Arma involved in fender bender at Las Vegas debut

Last year, we looked into the crystal ball and saw autonomous vehicles like the Navya Arma leading the way to a rather dull near-future where next generation travelers may not even bother learning how to drive. Shuttles have since been rolling from pilot to limited service, pretty much without a hitch. Until now. Officials have revealed that Navya's people carrier was involved in a minor collision with a human-driven truck on the day of its Las Vegas debut... Continue Reading Navya Arma involved in fender bender at Las Vegas debut Category: Automotive Tags: Autonomous Vehicles Navya Arma Related Articles: Volvo's self-driving trucks are going underground World's first all-electric autonomous container ship to set sail in 2018 Retrofitted self-driving kit designed to make any truck autonomous Unmanned Warrior puts the future of marine w

Navya Arma involved in fender bender at Las Vegas debut

Last year, we looked into the crystal ball and saw autonomous vehicles like the Navya Arma leading the way to a rather dull near-future where next generation travelers may not even bother ...

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Gizmag

Waymo's autonomous cars do away with the driver

There are various driverless car trials taking place around the world, but these invariably involve a human at the wheel ready to take control in case of emergency. Google spin-off Waymo ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from Gizmag

Las Vegas self-driving shuttle involved in crash within first hour of operation

Las Vegas this week became the first city in the US to integrate a self-driving shuttle bus into its regular flow of traffic. Unfortunately, things got off to a bit of a rocky start.

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Techspot

Renault test car automatically veers around obstacles - Roadshow

In a blog post and video, Renault demonstrated its self-driving car research, showing automatic collision avoidance.

Wed 8 Nov 17 from CNET

Renault's self-driving car can avoid obstacles like pro drivers

The Renault Group announced today that its autonomous vehicle control system can avoid obstacles just as well as professional test drivers. The company said that in designing the system, ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from Engadget

Lyft opens first permanent office in NYC

 Ride-sharing provider Lyft is going bicoastal with its first ever permanent office in New York, which will house not only sales and marketing, but also engineering staff – including ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from TechCrunch

Renault shows off self-driving car that can avoid obstacles as well as pro test drivers

French carmaker Renault has developed technology that enables self-driving cars to avoid obstacles in emergency situations at up to the same speeds as professional test drivers. TechCrunch had ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from TechCrunch

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