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(Telematics Wire) BMW, Intel, Mobileye to test 40 driverless cars in second half of 2017

Regional demonstrations can prompt self-driving trucks to work with other robotic vehicles

BY MATT PEAK  Earlier this month, a self-driving truck made a 35-mile trek on U.S. Route 33 in Ohio. Two weeks before that, the same truck drove roughly 120 miles on Interstate...
 
 
Ericsson, Orange and PSA Group partner on 5G connected car
Ericsson, Orange and PSA Group have signed a partnership agreement to conduct a 5G technology pilot project for automotive applications. The “Towards 5G” connected car...
 
 
Intel set to acquire 15 percent ownership of HERE
Intel has agreed to purchase a 15 percent ownership stake in HERE, a global provider of digital maps and location-based services, from HERE’s current indirect shareholders: AUDI...
 
 
Faraday Future (FF) reveals FF 91
Faraday Future (FF) has revealed FF 91 (“nine one”), its first production vehicle. Built upon the company’s Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), FF 91 represents a bold new...
 
 
HARMAN has announced an Aftermarket Connected Automotive Platform that can transform any existing vehicle into a smart connected car
HARMAN has announced an Aftermarket Connected Automotive Platform that can support connected applications and transform any existing vehicle into a smart connected car,...
 
 
BMW, Intel, Mobileye to test 40 driverless cars in second half of 2017
Reuters: BMW’s alliance with Intel and Mobileye aims to put a fleet of around 40 self-driving test vehicles on the road in the second half of this year, the companies said....


Intelematics collaborates with INRIX to make Roadway analytics available to planners in Aus and NZ
Intelematics Australia has announced a collaboration with INRIX to bring INRIX Roadway Analytics to transport agencies and city planners across Australia and New Zealand.      ...
 
 
Automotive Grade Linux released Open Infotainment Platform
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), a collaborative project developing an open platform for the connected car, today released the most advanced version to date of its AGL infotainment...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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