Why Bots Are the Future for Ride-Hailing Autonomous Cars

  • Natalie Mattila
  • March 15, 2017
Automakers are dreaming big on autonomous vehicles, particularly as more and more innovative technology emerges. And it appears bots could be the next big innovation to be integrated within the mobility landscape. Today, bots help people shop for clothes, order food, and find restaurants. Bots can even manage money by showing your upcoming bills, bank balance, […]

Toyota Redesigning Autonomous Car Tech to Widen Driving Capabilities

  • Natalie Mattila
  • March 14, 2017
Toyota Research Institute is re-architecting the technology underlying the Guardian driver-assist system, to support Toyota’s autonomous cars with more capabilities to access a wider expanse of roadways, Mobility Buzz has learned. Toyota unveiled its first autonomous car last week, a Lexus LS 600hL test vehicle equipped with LiDAR, camera arrays, and radar, to enable self-driving […]

Is Toyota Gearing Up to Crowdsource for Automated Driving?

  • Natalie Mattila
  • February 22, 2017
Mobileye is clinching help from two major automakers to crowdsource data for the creation of the detailed maps needed for autonomous vehicles. And it seems other partnerships could be on the horizon this year. Toyota Research Institute hinted to Mobility Buzz that more “cross-collaboration” partnerships can be expected, potentially with Toyota Motor Corp. “Everybody talks […]

Teague Pivots to Auto Mobility

  • Diana Asatryan
  • January 24, 2017
Mobility tech has started to transform the way people interact with vehicles, making user experience the essential differentiator for the cars of the future. With fully-autonomous vehicles closer than ever, OEMs are striving to achieve the perfect harmony between cars and humans. So they hire designers. Seattle-based Teague has designed the interior of every single Boeing […]

4 Coolest Mobility Trends of 2017 – Page 3

  • Diana Asatryan
  • January 18, 2017
3. Open Source In the fintech world, opening up core software to the developer community is not news. For the transportation space, however, open source collaboration is a (very) recent trend, said Josh Hartung, chief executive of PolySync. “In the web world, for example, companies recognize that the value is not in owning stock, but bringing […]
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