Autonomous Vehicle Technology

Autonomous Vehicles Jungle

UBER first and only fatality of self-driving vehicles on 18th of March 2018. Uber reportedly thinks its self-driving car killed someone because it ‘decided’ not to swerve. Our hopes it’s going to be the only and fatality of autonomous vehicles AV. John Krafcik, WAYMO’s CEO confirmed that his company’s self-driving software would “likely” have avoided the pedestrian death in which an Uber autonomous car was involved. On the other hand,
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BMW AV Personal Co-Pilot

BMW Group is transforming from a traditional auto maker into a Tech company! The group’s new Autonomous Driving Campus outside of Munich is a ground-breaking development facility and a bold statement of this transformation. NEXT is BMW’s strategic program bringing Electromobility, Autonomous Driving and Digitalization into a live model series. 1800 BMW employees, together with Intel and Mobileye will be developing the future of autonomous driving; coding, feature testing and
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First UBER fatality

18th of March 2018, Tempe, Arizona Our thoughts go to the family of Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year-old woman who has been fatally killed in an accident with an UBER self-driving vehicle. Some blame the self-driving technology as not mature enough, some blame the test driver, some went to the extreme of inhumanity state to blame the pedestrian. As a pedestrian, UBER has failed me today. As a bicyclist, UBER has
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Autonomous Vehicles AV to save lives?

Whether we call it Self-driving car, Autonomous Vehicle (AV) or Driver Less Auto, the technology is meant to save lives, reduce human error, decrease the number of accidents while efficiently moving people or goods using the transport system infrastructure. United State Department of Transport U.S. D.O.T defines 5 levels of vehicle automation: Level 0 being a Vehicle with Driver Warning System capability, it is supposed to provide guidance to the