Autonomous Industry Making HUGE Strides in 2016

Autonomous Industry Making HUGE Strides in 2016

02/03/2016

Living in a world with autonomous cars is coming, and it’s coming fast! The U.S. federal government is investing $4 billion, the British are teaching instinct to cars and the rest of the world is making large strides as well. The latest autonomous news below:
 

Government to Invest $4 Billion in Autonomous Cars

The federal government will be allocating $4 billion over the next 10 years to help speed up the development and adoption of fully autonomous cars, according to a press release. US Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx also announced that the federal government will remove any potential roadblocks currently preventing the technology from taking off. Read more…

 
 

Airbiquitys Predictions for Connected Car Industry

Connected-car service provider Airbiquity released its 2016 industry predictions on Wednesday. Scott Frank, the company’s vice president of marketing, says we can expect the rapid pace of technology development related to connected vehicles to continue. Read more…

 
 

Over-the-Air Smartphone Updates for Cars Without Modems, Coming

autonomous carMovimento and Abalta Technologies announced that they are working together to enable vehicles without embedded modems receive over-the-air (OTA) software updates. This global solution,  combines the Movimento OTA Platform with Abalta’s SmartLink technology on an OEM headunits. Read more…

 
 
 

How the British are Teaching ‘Instinct’ to Autonomous Cars

The British Government has just committed almost $30 million to develop various facets of autonomous car tech, a chunk of which Bosch and Jaguar Land Rover are getting to develop self-driving cars that actually “drive like humans, not robots.” Read more…

 
 

Porsche CEO Says Nein to Autonomous Cars

It seems like the entire automotive world is focusing on autonomous cars. Not all automakers are looking to embrace autonomous cars; Porsche’s CEO has said that the company doesn’t plan to embrace the autonomous future. Read more…

 



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