New York City is finally getting its own self-driving shuttle service
By Andrew J. Hawkins | Mar 20, 2019
Boston-based Optimus Ride will deploy an autonomous shuttle service at the Brooklyn Navy Yard later this year
Getting under the hood of Amazon’s auto ambitions
By Ben Klayman, Paul Lienert | Jul 31, 2019
Amazon.com Inc is expanding its transportation prowess to do virtually everything short of building a car.
Cruise's Modified Strategy Marks A Mega Phase Shift In Self-Driving Car Industry
By Dr. Lance Eliot | Jul 29, 2019
When you are knee-deep in a particular industry it can be difficult at times to notice when an overall change or shift is taking place.
Was the Automotive Era a Terrible Mistake?
By Nathan Heller | Jul 22, 2019
The age of driving may be merely a cul-de-sac in transportation history.
Apollo 11's Infamous Landing Error Code 1202 Offers Earthly Lessons For Self-Driving Cars
By Lance Eliot | Jul 16, 2019
The 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 landing on the moon takes place on July 20, 2019.
Cracking my windshield and earning $10,000 on the Tesla Bug Bounty Program
By Sam Curry | Jul 14, 2019
One of the more interesting things I’ve had the opportunity to hack on is the Tesla Model 3.
Uber launches helicopter service from Manhattan to JFK airport
By Harriet Alexander | Jul 9, 2019
Uber on Tuesday launched its first helicopter service, ferrying passengers from Manhattan to JFK airport in what it hopes will be a service rolled out across the country.
Ford and VW Are Set to Cooperate on Self-Driving and Electric Cars
By Jack Ewing and Neal E. Boudette | Jul 5, 2019
Ford Motor Company and Volkswagen are expected to sign an agreement as soon as next week to share the cost of developing autonomous vehicles and producing electric cars, according to two people with knowledge of the discussions.
Self-driving spacecraft? The challenge of verifying AI will work as intended
By Debra Werner | Jul 9, 2019
To prepare for self-driving cars, mobility companies have spent more than a decade gathering data from thousands of vehicles equipped with cameras, radar, lidar, GPS receivers and inertial measurement units.
‘Very Smart People,’ but a Keyless Car’s Downside Killed Them
By David Jeans | Jun 28, 2019
James D. Livingston and Sherry H. Penney in 2014. They are among at least three dozen people nationwide, many of them older car owners, who have died of carbon-monoxide poisoning related to keyless vehicles.