07 janvier 2019

Driverless cars: The game changer for cities

First came the train, then the public transport vehicles, and now the personal cars… all these are on the blink of being substituted with the more efficient and sophisticated driverless cars. Tech futurists predict that all the major cities across the world will have adapted this new technology within the next two decades, thus begging the question: how will the adoption of driverless cars change our cities’ general landscape? Here are the most probable changes that will precipitate from the adoption of driverless cars in our cities. ... [Lire la suite]

15 mai 2017

A Google car expert told us there's one thing that could seriously delay self-driving cars

A Google car expert told us there's one thing that could seriously delay self-driving cars The Department of Transportation wants cities to be smarter. That's why it formed the Smart City Challenge, a contest that challenged cities to draw up plans showing how they would make their city smarter to integrate emerging technology like self-driving cars. The winning city will receive $40 million and will be announced this month. And it's not just the DOT that thinks cities need to be smarter to prep for driverless... [Lire la suite]
24 juin 2016

Autonomous taxis: Why you may never own a self-driving car

Autonomous taxis: Why you may never own a self-driving car As the once unimaginable self-driving car moves closer to becoming a reality, the next question is “When can I buy one?” At the same time, some researchers, like Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser, and the University of Texas’s Kara Kockelman, have started to wonder whether you’ll ever need to. They envision fleets of autonomous vehicles that will combine the convenience of not having to drive yourself with the flexibility of a scaled-up and always... [Lire la suite]
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