Cadillac to increase Super Cruise compatible highway network

Cadillac to increase Super Cruise compatible highway network

Cadillac is expanding the availability of Super Cruise to an additional 70,000 miles of compatible, divided highways in the United States and Canada. This expansion will make the industry’s first true hands-free driver assistance feature available on more than 200,000 total miles of compatible highways by the fourth quarter of 2019.

AutonomouStuff launches Open Autonomy Pilot Programme in Illinois

AutonomouStuff launches Open Autonomy Pilot Programme in Illinois

AutonomouStuff, part of Hexagon’s Positioning Intelligence division, launched the first phase of its Open Autonomy Pilot programme and has begun collecting data and testing software on two automated research and development vehicles. This testing will be conducted on a defined route in downtown Peoria, Illinois.

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Aptiv clocks 50,000 autonomous rides in Las Vegas

Aptiv clocks 50,000 autonomous rides in Las Vegas

After a year, Aptiv Autonomous Mobility became the first autonomous vehicle provider to offer commercial robotaxi rides to the general public, in partnership with Lyft, announced Aptiv President Karl Iagnemma in a blog.

7-8 October 2019

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AB Dynamics to help set up framework for autonomous vehicle testing and standards

AB Dynamics to help set up framework for autonomous vehicle testing and standards

AB Dynamics, a test system supplier, is contributing key technologies to the German PEGASUS project, a €34 million ($43.18 million) national initiative to establish industry-wide quality standards and test procedures for automated vehicle functions. AB Dynamics was identified as one of the few companies with the technology to control multiple vehicles accurately and repeatably enough to ensure consistent and actionable test results.

Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute developing Radar sensor module to enhance safety of autonomous vehicles

Researchers at Fraunhofer Institute developing Radar sensor module to enhance safety of autonomous vehicles

Researchers at a Fraunhofer Institute in Berlin are developing a combined camera and radar module that can react 160 times faster than a human driver. The project is called KameRad and aims to bring added safety to autonomous driving.

Invest Ottawa opens new CAV test facility in Canada

Invest Ottawa opens new CAV test facility in Canada

Invest Ottawa, lead economic development agency for Canada’s Capital for knowledge-based industries, together with the Government of Ontario and strategic partners, officially launched the Ottawa L5 Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Test Facilities.

Ambarella and Longhorn partner to develop an Advanced Automatic Parking System Platform

Ambarella and Longhorn partner to develop an Advanced Automatic Parking System Platform

Ambarella, Inc., a developer of high-resolution video processing and computer vision semiconductors, and Longhorn Auto Co., Ltd., a supplier of driver assistance products based on vision, ultrasonic sensors, and microwave radar technology for global automotive OEMs, announced that they are partnering to develop an advanced automatic parking system (APS) platform.

Transit and Transportation Agencies form National Automated Bus Consortium in the US

Transit and Transportation Agencies form National Automated Bus Consortium in the US

An association of transit and transportation agencies has formed the Automated Bus Consortium (Consortium), a collaboration designed to investigate the feasibility of implementing pilot automated bus projects across the United States.