May Mobility secures $22 million funding to deploy more last-mile transportation solutions

May Mobility secures $22 million funding to deploy more last-mile transportation solutions

May Mobility, the only enterprise autonomous transportation company providing daily transit to the American public, announced that Millennium New Horizons and Cyrus Capital Partners have joined its investor-base, co-leading a $22 million Series A round, with LG Technology Ventures and Thayer Ventures participating alongside return investors BMW i Ventures, Maven Ventures, Toyota AI Ventures, and Y Combinator. The round will help them expand their engineering and operations in order to meet growing demand.

Goodyear collaborates with Local Motors to test tyres for the Olli shuttle

Goodyear collaborates with Local Motors to test tyres for the Olli shuttle

The Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Company is expanding its ongoing work with autonomous or driverless vehicles, which includes being named the exclusive tyre supplier for a leading autonomous passenger shuttle.

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Mando tests level 4 autonomous driving on public roads of Pangyo

Mando tests level 4 autonomous driving on public roads of Pangyo

Mando Corp., an affiliate of Halla Group specialising in car components, announced that it had successfully tested level 4 autonomous driving. Accordingly, Mando has taken one-step forward in perfecting autonomous driving and developing the technology for commercial use.

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NVIDIA collaborates with AdaCore to enhance software security onboard autonomous vehicles

NVIDIA collaborates with AdaCore to enhance software security onboard autonomous vehicles

NVIDIA is working with AdaCore, a development and verification tool provider for safety and security critical software. By implementing the Ada and SPARK programming languages into certain firmware elements, the companies plan to reduce the potential for human error.