Hong Kong Airport’s Robobus Offers Glimpse of Driverless Future
Hong Kong International Airport says it’s ready to use driverless buses, confident it can shuttle passengers around the aerodrome starting next year after extensive trials years in the making.
Uber Launches Robotaxis but Driverless Fleet Is ‘Long Time’ Away
Uber Technologies Inc. is launching its first robotaxi service, reaffirming the company’s commitment for a self-driving taxi fleet even as the hype around autonomous vehicles fades.
Driverless Car Development Taking Longer Than Anticipated
Autonomous vehicle companies and suppliers have collectively spent around $75 billion developing self-driving technology, with scant sign of meaningful revenue emerging from robocar services.
GM’s Cruise to Deploy Driverless Cars in San Francisco
SAN RAMON, Calif. — General Motors’ self-driving car company is sending out vehicles with nobody behind the wheel in San Francisco as it navigates its way toward launching a robotic taxi service that would compete against Uber and Lyft in the hometown of the leading ride-hailing services.
Amazon Buys Driverless Startup Zoox, Cites Ride-Hailing Prowess
Amazon.com Inc. is buying autonomous vehicle startup Zoox Inc., a move that could help the company create a formidable opponent to ride-hailing and food-delivery companies.
Driverless Car Industry Gets a Nudge on Standards, Transparency
Hundreds of driverless cars have been tested in locations across the U.S. in recent years, but standards are inconsistent and in a handful of cases there have been accidents and even a death.
SoftBank-Backed Nuro Gets OK for Driverless Delivery Tests in California
Nuro Inc. has won permission to test driverless, low-speed delivery vehicles in the San Francisco Bay Area, becoming the second company allowed to operate on public roads without a driver.
Driverless Cars Have Arrived, and They All Look Like Loaves of Bread
Do automakers investing billions in the self-driving cars of tomorrow risk repeating the same mistake they made with electric cars a decade ago?
Hyundai to Start Mass Production of Driverless Cars in 2024
South Korean carmaker Hyundai Motor Group will start mass production of self-driving cars within the next five years, said Chung Euisun, the heir to the auto giant, as he made a hefty investment in a joint venture the company established with Aptiv on Sept. 23.
Hyundai to Set Up $4 Billion Driverless Car Venture
Hyundai Motor Group will spend $1.6 billion to develop autonomous vehicles with Aptiv Plc, marking one of the biggest investments yet by a traditional carmaker into the burgeoning robocar industry.