Humans should drive our transit future, not autonomous vehicles
Congress and the Biden administration have a chance to ensure that workers and the public interest, not profit motives of tech companies and large corporations, drive the future of AV technologies.
The world is waking up to driver monitoring systems
Combining driver monitoring systems with advanced driver-assistance systems creates a truly robust vehicle safety system.
For vehicle safety, the future is now
Congress has an opportunity to help build public trust in the safety of driverless technology by requiring existing innovations that will be the building blocks of driverless vehicles.
Cruise says its AV successfully completed 1,400 unprotected left-hand turns
Unprotected left-hand turns are tough for robots and humans alike. The compounding variables of crossing in front of oncoming traffic make it one of the toughest maneuvers in driving. It’s one o
Europe agrees raft of safety features to be baked into new vehicles
All new vehicles sold in the European Union must have a wide range of safety features baked in as standard in the coming years, after EU institutions reached provisional agreement on a safety regulati
Argo AI self-driving test car hit in Pittsburgh as truck runs red light
One of the test cars Argo AI operates in its Pittsburgh fleet was involved in an accident on Wednesday, with two people sent to hospital (in stable condition) with injuries as a result of the accident
U.S. motor vehicle deaths see biggest two year jump in over 50 years, per NSC
Deaths resulting from motor vehicle crashes are at their highest in nearly a decade, according to preliminary data released by the National Safety Council on Wednesday. The increase for 2016 combines
How IoT and machine learning can make our roads safer
The transportation industry is associated with high maintenance costs, disasters, accidents, injuries and loss of life. Hundreds of thousands of people across the world are losing their lives to car a