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Audi is getting involved in a tracking tool hoping to reduce emissions while commuting. MIT, in partnership with Audi and GE, launched HubCab, which it describes as a transportation tracking tool aimed at reducing commuting congestion, decreasing vehicle emissions and lowering the cost of mobility infrastructure. HubCab explained it tracks more than 150 million taxi […]

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More automated driving vehicle research was announced for Ford as the company wants to provide the vehicle with common sense. Following last month’s unveil of the automated Ford Fusion Hybrid research vehicle, Ford is announcing new projects with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University to research and develop solutions to some of the technical […]

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Typically when people think of a “virus” they think of the cause of an illness, or something bad happening to their computer, but researchers at MIT say a genetically modified virus may improve the cars we drive one day. In a paper published in the journal Nature Communications, work on lithium-air batteries found that adding […]

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Leading officials and automotive experts gathered in Washington, D.C. last Thursday, Oct. 3, to discuss “The Safety Benefits of Connected Cars.” Hosted by the Embassy of Sweden and Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars), the seminar explored the safety advantages of connected vehicles and the challenges faced by an industry keen to align on a vision […]

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Audi’s autonomous driving project has been recognized once again. Every year the editors of the MIT Technology Review look for companies all over the world that have announced groundbreaking technologies. This year the jury put Audi on the list of “50 Disruptive Companies” in recognition of the piloted driving project it presented at the Consumer […]

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