Automotive > Autonomous Vehicles Blog

  • Elon Musk's Aspirational Autonomy

    by Roger Lanctot | 10月 23, 2020
    Tesla Motors kicked off the release of its latest earnings with news of record results and the release of the company’s Full Self Driving beta.  Lead... ...
  • Automakers and In-House Software Development: What Does the 2020 Automotive Survey Tell Us?

    by Ian Riches | 10月 15, 2020
    The 2020 Automotive Software Survey was carried out jointly by Strategy Analytics and Aurora Labs. This blogpost examines the responses to two of the twenty que... ...
  • Autonomous Vehicles: Avoiding Obstacles and Responsibility

    by Roger Lanctot | 9月 21, 2020
    The headline screams off of the page and challenges all that we know about the fatal crash in Tempe, Ariz., that took the life of Elaine Herzberg two and a half... ...
  • Polestar 2 First Drive – A Socially Distant Test of the Electric Performance Car from the Geely/Volvo Group

    by Angelos Lakrintis | 9月 01, 2020
    Polestar, a sports car joint venture between Volvo Car Group and its parent company Geely, hosted a test drive event at Farnborough airport in the UK and Strate... ...
  • Cruise Controlling Its Destiny

    by Roger Lanctot | 6月 04, 2020
    The Information tells us today that General Motors' Cruise Automation self-driving car unit has acquired automotive radar maker Astyx. The move can be seen as a... ...
  • Tesla: Driving on the Edge

    by Roger Lanctot | 6月 01, 2020
    It's happened again. Yesterday, on a highway in Taiwan, a Tesla Model 3 plowed into the trailer of an overturned truck. Accounts of the event suggest the vehicl... ...
  • COVID-19: Yesterday's Gone, or is It?

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 29, 2020
    Some people, U.S. President Donald J. Trump among them, will have you believe that one day, soon, we will wake up and everything will be as it was before the ar... ...
  • NVIDIA and Jensen are Trying to Make a Positronic Brain?

    by Angelos Lakrintis | 5月 14, 2020
    The year is 2035; humanoid robots serve humanity, which is protected by the Three Laws of Robotics. Every robot and machine created has a positronic brain. This... ...
  • Can Tesla Save Hertz?

    by Roger Lanctot | 5月 12, 2020
    Hertz has an earnings call this morning. Things don't look good and a bankruptcy filing is not out of the question. The current results are not awful, reflectin... ...
  • Tesla's 2019 Turning Point

    by Roger Lanctot | 3月 28, 2020
    2019 will be remembered as the year the automotive industry decided to right-size its autonomous vehicle ambitions. Multiple auto makers tempered their v... ...
  • The Virus of Autonomy

    by Roger Lanctot | 3月 24, 2020
    Car companies, start-ups, and investors across the globe have embraced and spread the virus of autonomous vehicle technology.  The infection got its start ... ...
  • Tesla: Two Heads are Better Than One

    by Roger Lanctot | 2月 05, 2020
    ‘Cause instead of one head I got two And you know two heads are better than one -      “Twisted” – Ross an... ...
  • Dubai Renders U.S. DOT Sec'y Chao Dubious

    by Roger Lanctot | 2月 04, 2020
    The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Secretary Elaine Chao sought to make a splash at CES2020 in Las Vegas by announcing her Automated Vehicles 4.0 pla... ...
  • Cruise: The Case for

    by Roger Lanctot | 1月 26, 2020
    On this Saturday, with the defense of the President of the United States getting underway in the U.S. Senate, it is worth considering the case for General Motor... ...
  • Cruise Joins #AVMeToo Movement

    by Roger Lanctot | 1月 22, 2020
    We don't know when it might launch. We don't know how much it might cost. We don't know precisely where it will operate - though downtown San Francisco is a goo... ...
  • Tesla is Teaching Us to Move Over

    by Roger Lanctot | 1月 21, 2020
    Believe it or not, Tesla Motors is teaching us to be better drivers. One of the most remarkable lessons we are learning is that motor vehicles on public roadway... ...
  • Woven City: Smashing Toyota's Looms

    by Roger Lanctot | 1月 20, 2020
    Car companies are interesting creatures in a corporate world increasingly dominated by Internet-centric behemoths from Silicon Valley, Seattle, and China. ... ...
  • Veoneer: Tackling Automation Anxiety

    by Roger Lanctot | 1月 12, 2020
    Veoneer’s booth at CES 2020 may have been located in a parking lot at the far end of South Hall but attendees that made the journey to the mini-Smart City... ...
  • Who's Driving This Car Anyway?

    by Roger Lanctot | 12月 29, 2019
    My Lyft driver in San Jose thought his Hyundai had “autopilot,” alluding I suspected, to Tesla Motors’ feature of the same name which has plac... ...
  • Are We Asking Too Much of MaaS?

    by Roger Lanctot | 12月 27, 2019
    These days it seems as if attending mobility events is more popular than mobility itself. Every week brings news of a mobility service provider retrenching... ...

Let's talk

Now you know a little about us, get in touch and tell us what your business problem is.
Name:
Email:
Telephone:
Country:
Inquiry / Message: