Imagine a daily commute that's orderly instead of chaotic. Connected and automated vehicles could provide that relief by adjusting to driving conditions with little to no input from drivers.
Waymo has been testing self-driving cars with 400 riders in Phoenix, USA for a year. The company is expected to launch a paid self-driving car service to the public in Phoenix before the end of the year.
California has paved the way for testing driverless cars without a person behind a steering wheel. The tests are made possible as a result of new rules that state regulators have approved for autonomous driving.
Nissan will begin testing its Easy Ride self-driving taxi service in Yokohama, Japan in early March in hopes of launching the full service by the start of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Self-driving cars no longer confined to controlled test tracks or even to placid suburban streets - they’re preparing for the day they can purify our chaotic streets with their robotic perfection.
Inside the city, the self-driving vehicles can log thousands of miles in a controlled setting, where cars driven by people are staged to quickly cut off a self-driving car in order to test the robot’s rate of deceleration.
French rail company SNCF is working on drone trains, or driverless high-speed trains, which they hope to start testing in 2019.
A silicon Valley start-up has unveiled the EDIT, the 1st modular, open source Self-Driving EV that the company has been working on over the past year.