RoboSense Wins Gold 2019 Stevie Award

RoboSense Wins Gold 2019 Stevie Award

RoboSense (Suteng Innovation Technology Co., Ltd), a leader in LiDAR perception technology solutions, announced that it has won the Gold 2019 Stevie Award in the “Transportation Category” for the RoboSense Automotive Grade MEMS LiDAR Perception System. The award will be given out at the 17thAnnual Stevie Awards – American Business Awards, to be held in New York City on June 11, 2019.

Waymo to deploy 10 vehicles on Lyft in Metro Phoenix

Waymo to deploy 10 vehicles on Lyft in Metro Phoenix

Waymo announced details of its new partnership with Lyft in a blog post. As a part of the new collaboration, 10 Waymo vehicles will be deployed on Lyft in the Metro Phoenix area over the next few months.

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Drivent receives permission to test vehicles in Washington state

Drivent receives permission to test vehicles in Washington state

After working in stealth mode for three years, Drivent announced that it is certified to test autonomous vehicles in the state of Washington and unveiled essential technologies for autonomous vehicles. While the rest of the industry was working to enable self-driving vehicles to avoid collisions, Drivent took a completely different approach.

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Sumitomo and Gunma University to jointly research Level 4 Automated Driving

Sumitomo and Gunma University to jointly research Level 4 Automated Driving

Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. has started joint research with Gunma University Centre of Research on Adoption of NextGen Transportation Systems (CRANTS) for the Level 4 (Fully automated driving) and develop its tyre related service.

Vayavision appoints Carl-Peter Forster to its Advisory Board

Vayavision appoints Carl-Peter Forster to its Advisory Board

Vayavision, a developer of autonomous vehicle perception solutions based on raw data fusion and upsampling, announced that it has appointed Carl Peter Forster, an automotive industry beacon, to its advisory board.

Cruise secures $1.15 billion of additional investment

Cruise secures $1.15 billion of additional investment

Cruise announced an equity investment of $1.15 billion from a group comprising institutional investors, including funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., and existing partners General Motors, SoftBank Vision Fund and Honda.