Topic : driverless technology

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USDOT names winners of automated driving demo grants

Government Issues| September 19, 2019

Grants aim to gather safety data to inform rulemaking and foster collaboration amongst state and local government, private partners.

Americans would rather drive themselves to work than use AV: Study

Technology| September 17, 2019

Driverless cars aren’t commercially available yet, so people are not familiar with them or may be leery of the technology.

Security and Safety | September 9, 2019

Texas A&M adding tech to remotely control autonomous shuttle

Can control vehicle in the event of obstructions, challenging road conditions, sensor malfunction, and difficult or hazardous driving.

Technology| September 2, 2019

How transit agencies can prepare for a driverless world

Agencies seeking success in an AV world should foster conversations about plausible futures informed by proper data analytics.

Technology| August 23, 2019

New report tests driver interaction when autonomous tech goes wrong

Gives suggestions on what mobility and infrastructure changes may need to be implemented to ensure safety on roadways. 

Rail| July 17, 2019

Alstom supplying core systems for China's driverless metro line

Nanjing Line 7 is a key metro line in Nanjing’s metro network, which includes 27 stations that connect the southwest to the northeast of the city.

Mobility| June 21, 2019

Local Motors' AV shuttle to serve Army, Marine Corp. base near D.C.

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall won a regional fleet challenge, which asked entrants to propose use-case scenarios for the shuttle.

Security and Safety | April 4, 2019

SAE International, Ford, GM, and Toyota partner to address AV safety

Consortium will leverage expertise to establish a set of AV safety guiding principles to help inform standards development.

Bus| March 18, 2019

UK’s first full-sized autonomous bus begins depot trials

The 38-foot Alexander Dennis Ltd. Enviro200 bus is being piloted by Stagecoach.

March 6, 2019

Labor Concerns Should Not Deter Deployment of AV Bus Tech

Transit agencies don’t need to wait for fully autonomous vehicles to become a reality before they can begin saving money, augmenting safety, and enhancing efficiencies in their bus operations.

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