10 things eft’s been reading this week
Autonomy or not to autonomy?
That is the question. Well it is at least for regulators, legislatures, vehicle manufacturers and tech companies. In this week’s 10 things we see how autonomous vehicles are faring now they are out and being tested in the real world. Amazon is already moving goods in trucks, whereas Apple is downsizing its self-driving operation. Some think the future is just around the corner and others believe we are, at minimum, 10 years away from a self-driving truck. There’s a lot of different ideas, approaches and players out there, so read on to see where we might be headed.
Amazon is hauling cargo in self-driving trucks developed by Embark. [CNBC]
Apple just dismissed more than 200 employees from Project Titan, its autonomous vehicle group. [CNBC]
3 autonomous vehicle trends to follow in 2019. [WEF]
Autonomous Delivery Trucks Are On Their Way. [Forbes]
Autonomous Trucking Still Distant. [Transport Topics]
Autonomous vehicle testing moves up a gear. [insurance Business UK]
Volvo's self-driving car venture gets nod to test on Swedish roads. [Reuters]
Finding the ‘blind spots’ in autonomous vehicle artificial intelligence. [Digital Trends]
Waymo to retrofit 200,000-square-foot autonomous vehicle factory in Michigan. [Venture Beat]
Is the time for autonomous trucking here? [Goodwood Road & Racing]
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