Weekly Connected and Autonomous Vehicle News


Connected and Autonomous Vehicles:

😕 Robotaxis by GM’s Cruise Are Getting Ready To Hit the Streets Again“As per a report by Bloomberg, the driverless taxi company is in the works of resuming operations on public roads in the coming weeks, with vehicles deploying in cities such as Dallas and Houston.”

👌 Mitsubishi, TomTom Combine on Cockpit That Monitors Driver, TrafficMitsubishi Electric Automotive, with help from TomTom [TOM2], has developed a cockpit that incorporates the latest developments from both companies such as simplified controls, more precise maps and driving instructions and more effective voice recognition.”

🚗 Verizon Creating Replica Of US Wireless Network In Germany For Audi’s Connected Car Tests“Together, the two companies plan to build replicas of U.S., European, and Asian wireless networks at a single facility in Germany.”

🚐 Verizon and KDDI Partner To Connect High-Tech AFEELA Electric Vehicle From Sony Honda MobilityVerizon VZ 0.00%↑ is the telematics and connectivity provider for the AFEELA brand’s first mass-production electric vehicle in the United States, through a long-term partnership with Japanese-headquartered telecom operator KDDI.”

🤔 Stellantis CEO Says There’s Still Life in Waymo Deal for Self-Driving Delivery Vans. “This ‘deepened’ partnership will focus on commercial self-driving Ram delivery vans, a target that was first announced in 2020 and promptly faded from public view.”

🌎 Tesla Looks to Add New Full Self-Driving and Premium Connectivity Plans in Canada“The monthly subscription is available in the U.S. for $200 per month, this service allows Tesla owners to access the company’s suite of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).”

🚍 Driverless Trucking at CES 2024: Product Deployment on the Horizon.

🤞 Hyundai Motor, Kia and Kaist Form Joint Research Laboratory To Develop Next-Generation Autonomous Driving Sensor“The joint research lab aims to develop high-performance and compact on-chip sensors and new signal detection technology that are essential in the increasingly competitive autonomous driving market.”


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