Masdar City, Abu Dhabi’s flagship sustainable urban development, has embarked on the next phase of its sustainable mobility network and unveiled its first NAVYA autonomous vehicle.
Volvo Cars reviewed the main challenges around the introduction of autonomous technology calling for a new global road safety standard and highlighting how autonomous vehicles can safely communicate with all other road users.
As Dubai Metro celebrates its ninth anniversary, we look at the technological advancements of what is still the world’s largest driverless metro rail.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently embarked on Phase 4 of the Driverless Vehicles Project within Sustainable City at Dubailand, Al-Qudra Road over a track extending 1250m.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will drive the way cities are run and it might happen sooner than expected.
Saudi Aramco is boosting its patented technologies after doubling its scientist headcount to 1,300, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Toyota Motor will reportedly invest $500 million in Uber Technologies to jointly work on developing self-driving cars, the companies announced recently.
With this new level of network capability, communications service providers (CSPs) can secure future market opportunities with manufacturers of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the fields of driver safety and data processing and management.
Alphabet self-driving unit Waymo will need “a large number” of cars to expand its robo-taxi service to Europe, its chief executive told a newspaper, Reuters reported.
Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier, in a recent interview, highlighted that the country’s automotive industry must invest heavily in electric car technology and develop battery production facilities in Europe to keep up with global competitors.