After a year, Aptiv Autonomous Mobility became the first autonomous
vehicle provider to offer commercial robotaxi rides to the general
public, in partnership with Lyft, announced Aptiv President Karl
Iagnemma in a blog.
The BMW Group and Jaguar Land Rover confirmed that they are joining
forces to develop next generation electric drive units in a move that
supports the advancement of electrification technologies necessary to
transition to an ACES future.
Invest Ottawa, lead economic development agency for Canada’s Capital for
knowledge-based industries, together with the Government of Ontario and
strategic partners, officially launched the Ottawa L5 Connected and
Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Test Facilities.
Wind River, a leader in delivering IoT software for critical
infrastructure, and Airbiquity, a leader in connected vehicle services,
are working towards integrating key technologies to develop an
end-to-end software lifecycle management solution for connected and
autonomous vehicles, one that spans vehicle to cloud.
XCharge, a Beijing-based international electric vehicle (EV) charging
solution provider, announced its strategic plan together with Southern
Sustainable Electric Australia (SSE Australia) to accelerate the
deployment of EV charging infrastructures in the country, including at
least 1,000 DC fast chargers.
AB Dynamics, a test system supplier, is contributing key technologies to
the German PEGASUS project, a €34 million ($43.18 million) national
initiative to establish industry-wide quality standards and test
procedures for automated vehicle functions.
Cohda Wireless, a leader in Connected Autonomous Vehicles technologies,
and Sasken Technologies Ltd., a leading product engineering and digital
transformation services provider, announced a strategic technology
partnership to accelerate the adoption of V2X (vehicle-to-anything) in
the connected vehicles space utilising either cellular or DSRC
(dedicated short range communication) technologies.
TaaS Technology hits Birmingham on the 9th and 10th July 2019, with a new and expanded agenda including 2 co-located Conferences: CAVs and Future Mobility and Energising Mobility. The event will bring together international experts for two days of in-depth discussions and exhibits focused on the opportunities and challenges of a mobility future that leverages CAVs and TaaS technologies, plus the key topics surrounding Electric Vehicles (EVs), Battery/Energy Technology and Infrastructure.
eMotorWerks, a subsidiary of the Enel Group’s advanced energy services
business group Enel X and a leading provider of intelligent and
cloud-connected smart grid charging solutions, has introduced JuicePlan,
its residential electric vehicle (EV) charging service in the US.
In cooperation with HERE Technologies, Tom Tom and the transport
authorities in six European countries, Daimler, BMW, Ford and Volvo are
testing how information about acutely hazardous situations can be passed
on using Car-to-X technology.
Ambarella, Inc., a developer of high-resolution video processing and
computer vision semiconductors, and Longhorn Auto Co., Ltd., a supplier
of driver assistance products based on vision, ultrasonic sensors, and
microwave radar technology for global automotive OEMs, announced that
they are partnering to develop an advanced automatic parking system
The self-driving vehicle test track in the Hungarian city of
Zalaegerszeg, known as the ZalaZone, was officially opened on May 20.
The complex features Ericsson 5G technology installed on an existing
radio tower owned by Magyar Telekom.
An association of transit and transportation agencies has formed the
Automated Bus Consortium (Consortium), a collaboration designed to
investigate the feasibility of implementing pilot automated bus projects
across the United States.