03 janvier 2016

Who are the Biggest Names in the Driverless Car Trend ?

Who are the Biggest Names in the Driverless Car Trend? August 19, 2015, 05:22:00 PM EDT By Madeleine Johnson, Zacks.com What we traditionally think of cars-how they work and what powers them-is undergoing a dramatic change, both in aesthetic as well as functionality. Cars, once largely mechanical machines controlled by humans, are increasingly utilizing complex technology that is taking over many of the driver-related functions. Cars are now becoming driverless. By definition, an autonomous vehicle is a car that is... [Lire la suite]

01 décembre 2015

Tesla’s Cars Now Drive Themselves, Kinda

Tonight, Tesla makes its cars autonomous. Well, semi-autonomous. And it did it with an over-the-air update, effectively making tens of thousands of cars already sold to customers way better. There are two things to talk about here. There’s the small story about the features and what the upgrade actually looks like and how it works. That’s a good place to start: This is the biggest change to the visual display of the Model S and X ever. There are new instrument panels, app windows are larger and take up more of the 17-inch... [Lire la suite]
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07 août 2015

Morgan Stanley Says Shared Mobility and Autonomous Cars to Drive EV Growth (TSLA)

In a notehat has positive implications for Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said they are 'Serious EV Bulls Again.' In his report, Jonas argues that while electric vehicles (EV) have failed to achieve mainstream success given inferior economic payback, shared mobility and autonomous cars could help EVs make a major comeback. 1. Shared mobility. Mobile technology and relatively simple software increases driving utilization rates by an order of magnitude bring taxis and chauffeur services to the masses. This... [Lire la suite]
27 janvier 2015

Google Has Begun Discussions With Top Automakers On Self-Driving Car

Google has begun discussions with most of the world’s top automakers and has assembled a team of traditional and nontraditional suppliers to speed efforts to bring self-driving cars to market by 2020, a Google executive said. “We’d be remiss not to talk to … the biggest auto manufacturers. They’ve got a lot to offer. For us to jump in and say that we can do this better, that’s arrogant” – Chris Urmson, director of Google’s self-driving car project.  Those manufacturers, he said, include General Motors Co, Ford Motor Co, Toyota... [Lire la suite]
13 janvier 2015

Self-Driving-Vehicle Features Could Represent a $42 Billion Market by 2025

Partially Autonomous Vehicles Are Likely to Hit the Roads in Large Numbers by 2017; One-Fifth of U.S. Drivers Say They Would Pay More Than $5,000 Extra for Features Such as Highway or Urban Autopilot, BCG Study Finds. Powered by surprisingly strong consumer interest, partially autonomous vehicles (AVs) are likely to penetrate the market as early as 2017, followed by a series of enhancements that will make fully self-driving cars a market reality in a decade and a common sight within two decades, according to new research by The... [Lire la suite]
25 août 2014

Use your Iphone to start your Tesla Model S

According to 9to5Mac website, Tesla is working on an update to the firmware of its Model S, to allow the vehicle to start ... with an iPhone. Automakers and smartphone manufacturers are working on bringing the two worlds. Vehicles and phones now share the same operating systems and exchange more information. Tesla, the American manufacturer of luxury electric sedans, wants a leader in this movement. Selon le site 9to5Mac, Tesla planche sur une mise à jour du firmware de son Model S, afin de permettre le démarrage du véhicule... avec... [Lire la suite]
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