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Self-driving cars will hit the roads in Canada’s Ontario Province shortly after the beginning of the new year, marking a Canadian first. Ontario launched the Automated Vehicle Program in October 2015 but had received no applications for permits and public testing through at least July 2016, Automotive News Canada reported. It took nearly a year […]

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European truck manufacturer Iveco threw its hat into the green heavy-duty truck ring with the introduction of the Z Truck Concept at last week’s IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany. The Z stands for “Zero,” as in zero CO2 emissions, zero accidents, zero stress and zero waste of driver time. The long haul futuristic […]

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The ongoing deals between automakers and tech companies continued today with the Renault-Nissan Alliance inking a partnership with Microsoft Corp. Microsoft agreed to provide its Azure cloud platform for cars made by Nissan and Renault as the automaker pushes forward with developing connected and self-driving vehicles. “While the connected car experience is in its infancy, […]

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Perth, the capital of West Australia, has become the first city in Australia to test a self-driving battery electric bus. The Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia (RAC) received a specific permit from the state government to conduct the three-month test that began last week on public roads. The route is about 1.6 miles (2.5 […]

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At last week’s Moscow auto show a self-driving shuttle bus was displayed by NAMI, a Russian government-backed automotive research organization. The bus is a result of a partnership between NAMI, Mercedes-Benz’s parent Daimler, heavy-truck manufacturer Kamaz, and Russia’s Internet search engine giant Yandex. Kamaz will built the self-driving shuttles, Daimler is providing autonomous technology and, […]

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Giant tech firms and global car companies are in an intense race to launch autonomous vehicles, but this week a three-year old startup beat all of them to the finish line. nuTonomy, a spin out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), introduced the world’s first self-driving taxis to the streets of Singapore, beating the […]

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As part of its push to leverage the company’s autonomous vehicle research, Ford could be plotting to remove the driver from delivery trucks. The news comes on the heels of our report last week that the automaker plans to produce a fully self-driving cars in just five years from now. In a report by Trucks.com, […]

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Spy photographers have spotted a Faraday Future development car testing with autonomous driving gear. The images captured are not a Faraday Future car — they haven’t made any yet — but the spy photo people are adamant that it is Faraday testing in the real world not far from the company’s California headquarters. The test […]

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Self-driving cars are at the center of attention at this year’s Society of Automotive Engineers conference in Detroit. Several SAE panels this year focused on the legal, technical and safety issues surrounding self-driving cars with Ray Kurzweil, inventor and director of engineering at Google, starting his keynote address by mentioning that vehicle crashes kill 1.2-million […]

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Ford is expanding its Silicon Valley presence with the opening of its Palo Alto’s Research and Innovation Center. Ford said the opening of this new Research and Innovation Center allows the company to grow its global research team and accelerate its innovation in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, customer experience and big data. SEE ALSO: Ford […]

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