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Cali. may limit liability of self-driving carmakers

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Marchionne says FCA is no laggard in autonomous vehicle development

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Delphi to acquire Boston self-driving car software firm

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GM challenges Tesla, buys self-driving tech company

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Senate panel moves self-driving car bill, allows 80,000 cars to be sold in 3 years

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Self-driving cars are mainly in the slow lanes
Last week a self-driving shuttle bus became famous for a minor fender-bender collision on its first day on the job in Las Vegas. The self-driving vehicle, built by the French company Navya, which is assembling some versions near Saline, was carrying passengers and stopped on a downtown Las Vegas street when a large truck backed into it. What’s newsworthy about the mishap is that it didn’t pose a threat to any of the passengers, yet headlines used the eye-catching word “crash” to describe the incident   Read More ...
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Cali. may limit liability of self-driving carmakers
San Francisco – California regulators are embracing a General Motors recommendation that would help makers of self-driving cars avoid paying for accidents and other trouble, raising concerns that the proposal will put an unfair burden on vehicle owners. If adopted, the regulations drafted by the California Department of Motor Vehicles would protect these carmakers from lawsuits in cases where vehicles haven’t been maintained according to manufacturer specifications   Read More ...
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Carmakers grapple with robot-car hacking fears
Washington — Automakers are working to put self-driving cars on U.S. roads as quickly as they can, but developers are still grappling with questions about whether they can be hacked or tricked into making driving errors. Safety advocates have argued that self-driving cars are prime targets for hackers who specialize in computer takeovers. Others have pointed out that autonomous cars rely heavily on sensors and mapping devices to read traffic signs — and that could make them susceptible to sabotage if signs are altered in certain ways   Read More ...
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Ford CEO wants to make the iPhone of self-driving cars
Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Hackett wants his company to build the iPhone of self-driving cars. That was one of the points Hackett touched on Thursday as he talked about his rise to the top of Ford, how difficult it would be to explain the rules of the road if he were riding in a Ford Mustang with a Martian – and Ford’s position as an automotive and technology company   Read More ...
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Autonomous cars likely to transport elderly, children in future
See how self-driving cars prepare for the real world inside a private testing facility owned by Google's autonomous car company, Waymo. USA TODAY. Self-driving cars will change millions of people’s lives for the better by providing independence and mobility to those who can’t drive because of physical limitations or age. The technology will allow more people to live on their own terms and participate in what the most of us consider everyday life   Read More ...
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Waymo pulls engineer from driver’s seat on public roads
Google’s self-driving car spinoff, Waymo, will be the first company to pull engineers from the driver’s seat of its autonomous vehicles testing on public roads. John Krafcik, Waymo CEO and a former Ford Motor Co. executive, announced the move at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on Tuesday. The driverless Chrysler Pacifica minivans will roam the greater Phoenix area, where Waymo began offering driverless shuttle rides a year ago   Read More ...
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NHTSA targets regs that hinder self-driving cars
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is considering eliminating regulations that currently block self-driving vehicles designed without steering wheels, brake pedals or other driver controls from hitting the road. The agency, in a document posted online, said it will soon ask automakers and technology companies to identify “any unnecessary regulatory barriers to automated safety technologies.” The move is an early signal that the Trump administration plans a formal effort to reshape auto safety regulations to accommodate self-driving vehicles   Read More ...
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Waymo to test self-driving vehicles on Novi roads
Google’s self-driving vehicle spinoff, Waymo, is bringing its autonomous vehicle testing to Michigan, starting next week. The cold weather tests will be the first on the state’s public roads by the Silicon Valley company. Waymo is the latest company to test autonomous vehicles in Michigan, where politicians and business leaders have spent the last few years trying to push the state into a leading position nationally for autonomous vehicle testing, development and prototyping   Read More ...
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Waymo to test self-driving Pacificas on Michigan roads this winter
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Driverless car developers tackle rough weather
Rain, sleet and snow are challenging enough for human drivers. Bad weather conditions present an extra level of difficulty for developers of self-driving cars that depend on cameras and sensors to “see” the road and make the correct decisions at 70 miles per hour. Much work remains to get fully autonomous vehicles to operate under all conditions that can be managed by human drivers   Read More ...
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Marchionne says FCA is no laggard in autonomous vehicle development
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Delphi buying nuTonomy for $450M as it ramps up driverless developments
Delphi Automotive announced Tuesday that it will acquire autonomous driving software developer nuTonomy in a deal valued at $450 million. The purchase marks a significant expansion of Delphi's efforts to lead in the race to develop driverless vehicles. Delphi will gain a partnership with the ride-hailing service Lyft through Cambridge, Mass.-based nuTonomy, which also has a partnership with automaker PSA Group of France   Read More ...
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Delphi to acquire Boston self-driving car software firm
Delphi Automotive PLC will acquire a Boston-based autonomous vehicle software company for $450 million, officials said Tuesday. The move to acquire nuTonomy Inc. — backed in part by Fontinalis Partners, a Detroit-based venture capital firm co-founded by Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. — will accelerate Delphi’s development of self-driving vehicles. The acquisition will accelerate Delphi’s development of self-driving vehicles   Read More ...
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General Motors' Cruise Automation aims to test self-driving cars in New York City
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Driverless cars may bring new age of suburban sprawl
It’s 2027 (or 2037) and the age of the self-driving car. City-dwellers have traded in their car keys for ride hails. Street parking has been replaced by wider sidewalks and bike lanes, while developers are busy converting garages into much-needed housing. That’s one vision of how self-driving cars will affect U.S. real estate, laid out in a report by MIT’s Center for Real Estate   Read More ...
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GM will be first to test robotic cars in NYC
General Motors Co. will test fully self-driving cars in New York City by early next year. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday that GM and San Francisco-based Cruise Automation — the technology company GM acquired in 2016 — applied to run the first tests with vehicles operating fully autonomously in the state. That keeps GM ahead of its competition. Dozens of automakers and suppliers are testing and developing autonomous technology for fully self-driving vehicles   Read More ...
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Self-driving cars could ease traffic, increase sprawl
Boston — A new study inspired by Boston’s early experiments with self-driving cars finds that the technology could ease congestion, but might also lead to more cars on the road and further encourage urban sprawl. The report, released Tuesday by the Boston Consulting Group and the World Economic Forum, is a mostly optimistic take on how autonomous vehicles could change cities   Read More ...
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Self-driving shuttles get first public test in Detroit
May Mobility is testing 2 autonomous passenger shuttles in downtown Detroit with an eye on the future of public transit and autonomous vehicle technology. Buy Photo. Detroit — Two self-driving electric shuttles ferried people on a cool October night to a downtown parking garage within blocks of the nation’s largest automaker’s world headquarters. The shuttles developed by May Mobility were the first commercial autonomous shuttles to carry passengers in the city, and the Detroit Three had nothing to do with them   Read More ...
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Self-driving, electric shuttles test in Detroit
Scott Schommer of Dearborn, part of the Data IQ team at Quicken, gets out of the shuttle during a test of self-driving, six-passenger, electric shuttles in Detroit on Oct. 10, 2017. May Mobility, based in Ann Arbor, is testing the vehicles offering rides to Quicken Loans and Rock Venture employees.   Read More ...
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California moves toward public access for self-driving cars
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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BMW self-driving coalition adds parts supplier Magna
Magna International Inc., North America’s largest auto-parts supplier, is joining the consortium started by BMW AG, Intel Corp. and Mobileye to develop fully automated driving systems by 2021. Magna, based in Aurora, Ontario, will help customize computing systems designed by the partners to make them adoptable for integration by multiple automakers, the company said. BMW, Intel and high-tech camera and software producer Mobileye, which the U   Read More ...
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Payne: Super Cruise helps Cadillac pull ahead on driver
Dallas. Self-driving technology has made a great leap: I can now eat mashed potatoes behind the steering wheel, not just French fries. Credit Cadillac, which this month unveiled Super Cruise in its 2018 CT6 sedan. It’s the first true hands-free driving system available to the public. Compared to other state-of-the-art systems I’ve tested from Tesla, BMW, Audi and Volvo, the new system from General Motors Co   Read More ...
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GM challenges Tesla, buys self-driving tech company
Are Detroit and the Silicon Valley the hotbeds for driverless car development? Not necessarily, says Brent Snavely of the Detroit Free Press. Video by Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY. General Motors is teaming up with a California tech company in the race to dominate the self-driving car market. GM announced an agreement on Monday to acquire GM buys Calif. tech-sensor company to help in self-driving car race, and will acquire the start-up's engineering team to work for Cruise Automation   Read More ...
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Decoding automakers’ promises about electric vehicles
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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MSP: Drunk driving campaign nets 310 DUI arrests
"Drive sober or get pulled over" is advice some 310 motorists should have heeded during the Labor Day drunk driving crackdown in Michigan. On Thursday, Michigan's Office of Highway Safety Planning, which is under the Michigan State Police umbrella, released the results of the crackdown, which ran from August 18 to Sept. 4, Labor Day. Some 310 drivers were arrested, all told   Read More ...
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Howes: Self-driving ‘Wild West’ tests century-old autos
Just eight years ago, a Detroit auto industry on its knees scrambled to field politically correct hybrid vehicles deemed environmentally acceptable by its de facto bankers in Obama-era Washington. Survival seemed so much simpler then. Now, the relentless forward march of self-driving technology, the steady encroachment of Silicon Valley’s largest, most heavily capitalized powerhouses and the awakening of regulatory powers from Europe to China are forcing the likes of General Motors Co   Read More ...
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Senate panel moves self-driving car bill, allows 80,000 cars to be sold in 3 years
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Senate panel set to vote on self-driving car legislation
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Senators drop trucks from self-driving bill
Washington — Lawmakers in the U.S. Senate have dropped self-driving trucks from legislation from that would allow automakers to operate thousands of autonomous cars per year on U.S. roads. The action came after a high-profile campaign from labor unions to protect the jobs of professional drivers. The measure, drafted with input from U.S. Sen. Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, would allow automakers each to operate more than 100,000 self-driving cars per year on U   Read More ...
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Audi shows the car of tomorrow — today
As automakers drive toward a world of electrified and self-driving vehicles, one of the biggest questions centers on the design of cars of tomorrow. In many ways the coming technological revolution frees up many of the constraints that have hampered automotive designers. What this means for consumers is that the sort of vehicles we see in futuristic movies may become real — potentially much sooner than expected   Read More ...
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Polaris Industries' electric vehicles go driverless to ferry downtown Detroit workers
Domino's and Ford want to see if customers like walking out to a driverless delivery vehicle when their pizza arrives. Detroit Free Press staff. Two electric vehicles made by Polaris Industries that have been outfitted with autonomous-driving software and sensors are headed to Detroit, where they will roll their way along city streets for a week. The test, by robotics firm May Mobility and Bedrock LLC, the Detroit commercial real estate firm owned by billionaire Dan Gilbert, begins Oct   Read More ...
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Dozens of companies now testing self-driving vehicles
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Delphi partners with BlackBerry on self-driving system
The U.S. House approved a proposal that would allow automakers to obtain exemptions to deploy self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters Newslook. Delphi Automotive and BlackBerry are joining forces to develop self-driving vehicles. Smartphone pioneer BlackBerry, based in Waterloo, Ontario, will provide the operating system for Delphi’s autonomous driving system, which is called Centralized Sensing Localization and Planning and is expected to launch in 2019   Read More ...
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Ford invests $5M in Willow Run driverless car test site
Buy Photo. Ford Motor Co. is investing $5 million into the American Center for Mobility in Ypsilanti Township, becoming the second automaker to donate to the driverless vehicle test site and capping a week of news on the self-driving car front. The donation, announced today, will give the Dearborn automaker designation as a "founder-level" sponsor and make it a member of a government-industry team developing the autonomous vehicle testing grounds on the site of the former Willow Run bomber plant   Read More ...
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Can I get one for Halloween? Ford driver wears seat suit to test self-driving reactions
Here's a novel way to test reactions to seeing a driverless car: Try a little subterfuge. Researchers at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, working with Ford Motor Co., had the driver of a Transit Connect van dress up in a "seat suit" last month to fool pedestrians, cyclists and other drivers into thinking there was someone behind the wheel. They did it so they could test reactions to seeing a driverless vehicle without actually using one   Read More ...
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Senators weigh impact of self-driving trucks
Washington — Lawmakers in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday weighed the potential for self-driving trucks and large commercial vehicles to improve efficiency in cargo shipping and reduce the number of crashes that occur on the nation’s roads. But critics pointed out that they could also cost thousands of commercial drivers their jobs. “The public discussion in Congress on autonomous vehicles has tended to focus on the impact of small personal cars on our daily lives — increasing mobility for the disabled, and alleviating congestion in our cities,” said Ken Hall, General Secretary-Treasurer of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters   Read More ...
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Senators look at what self-driving trucks might mean to drivers
The U.S. House approved a proposal that would allow automakers to obtain exemptions to deploy self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters Newslook. WASHINGTON —- A U.S. Senate committee is considering whether legislation dealing with the future of self-driving cars should also pave the way to self-driving trucks, considering the impact such technology could have on millions of workers   Read More ...
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Automated Driving 2.0 in Ann Arbor
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao speaks of the newly released federal guidance for Automated Driving Systems Vision for Safety 2.0 at Mcity in Ann Arbor on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.   Read More ...
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Self-driving vehicle testing is about to speed up
The U.S. House approved a proposal that would allow automakers to obtain exemptions to deploy self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters Newslook. U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao announced updated guidelines in Ann Arbor today to eliminate waiting periods for the testing and deployment of self-driving cars and to avoid a "patchwork" of state rules   Read More ...
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Feds reverse course on self-driving safety assessments
Buy Photo. Ann Arbor — President Donald Trump’s administration is doing away with an Obama-era policy that called for automakers to submit a safety assessment showing their self-driving cars meet a set of 15 guidelines before they could place self-driving cars on public roads. Instead, the Trump administration’s proposal says automakers “may” submit a voluntary safety self-assessment if they want to demonstrate to the public that their self-driving cars are safe   Read More ...
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