nuTonomy CEO Talks About Expanding Its Test Area, Autonomous ‘Progress,’ and More

  • Emma Sandler
  • March 3, 2017
BOSTON — For an inside perspective on autonomous distruption, look no further than nuTonomy. The Boston-based autonomous vehicle company run by chief executive Karl Iagnemma is developing the first complete solution for providing point-to-point mobility via large fleets of autonomous vehicles, including software for autonomous vehicle navigation in urban environments, smartphone-based ride-hailing, fleet routing and […]

Waymo LiDAR Costs 10% Less Than Similar Tech, Lawsuit Claims

  • Natalie Mattila
  • February 28, 2017
Waymo’s proprietary in-house LiDAR designs — which the company claims Uber and Otto have stolen — cost less than 10% of the benchmark LiDAR systems available just a few years ago. That, according to a Mobility Buzz investigation of Waymo’s civil complain against Uber and Otto. This alleged-tech theft has reportedly netted Otto employees more […]

Innoviz Joins ‘Tech Race,’ Demos Flagship LiDAR Sensor Tech

  • Natalie Mattila
  • February 24, 2017
Automakers are actively working to implement multiple technology developments into their autonomous vehicles to provide high-bar security, which has spurred a “tech race” for software providers, Liron Eldar, marketing and communications manager for Innoviz Technologies Ltd. told Mobility Buzz. Innoviz unveiled its flagship high-definition solid state LiDAR — InnovizOne — at CES2017. InnovizOne LiDAR enables […]

Swiftly Shrugs Off New Investors, Targets Expansion

  • Natalie Mattila
  • February 20, 2017
Swiftly Inc. is not seeking new investors, for now. Rather, the startup is setting its sights on scaling the business into new markets this year, Mobility Buzz has learned. “Our focus this year is in growth, as we now have the funds we need to scale our business,” Swiftly’s Chief Executive Jonathan Simkin told Mobility Buzz. “We […]

Tech to Stop Drones is Gaining Traction

  • Emma Sandler
  • February 15, 2017
In an overcrowded airspace that now plays host to consumer and commercial drone technology, a natural result is the emergence of an anti-drone economy. Dedrone, in particular, a San Francisco-based company, has experienced rapid expansion since its Series A round in May 2016. Dedrone has partnered with international resellers, including Airbus, Singtel, and Deutsche Telekom, and secured over 200 […]
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