14 décembre 2017

France’s Navya unveils Autonum Cab, a Level 4 autonomous taxi now available for orders

France’s Navya unveils Autonum Cab, a Level 4 autonomous taxi now available for orders Navya, a French company known for its self-driving shuttles, has taken the next step in autonomous vehicles by introducing a self-driving cab. At a splashy even in Paris, the company rolled out the Autonum Cab, a Level 4 autonomous vehicle designed without any interior features that would allow a human driver to take control. In other words, there is no steering wheel, mirrors, or brakes. The company has been testing these vehicles on... [Lire la suite]

14 septembre 2017

UK’s FiveAI gets $35M to build a taxi service powered by its own self-driving car platform

UK’s FiveAI gets $35M to build a taxi service powered by its own self-driving car platform The race is on for autonomous vehicle technology, and now a startup out of the U.K. is the latest to throw its hat into the ring to help build it. Cambridge-based FiveAI — a partner in the U.K.’s StreetWise self-driving project — has raised £14 million ($18 million) and £12.8 million ($17 million) in two tranches to fill out its plans for a two-part business in the world of self-driving services. First, FiveAI is building its own autonomous... [Lire la suite]
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24 mars 2016

The MEGADRONE big enough to carry a passenger: Chinese firm says self-flying craft could be used as a smart autonomous taxi

The MEGADRONE big enough to carry a passenger: Chinese firm says self-flying craft could be used as a smart autonomous taxi(Autonomous Vehicle) The all-electric vehicle has four arms with eight propellers at the end allowing it to travel up to 60mph Ehang says the 184 is autonomous, so all the passenger has to do is enter their final destination into an app FAA regulators have not approved the drone for human use in the US, but Ehang is hopeful they will do soon Cost is yet to be revealed and the company claims a commercial... [Lire la suite]