Back in 2013, Google X launched the Google Glass wearable headset which was just as much off-putting as it was ahead of its time. Criticized for potentially infringing upon privacy, the glasses featured a heads-up display and allowed users to access the web and also to take pictures and video.
Lackluster response caused engineers to table the product as they tweaked it for the right...Read More »
This non-standard option for select vehicles would require expensive hardware changes to the car, but provide considerable convenience for the driver while addressing concerns over e-vehicle driving ranges.Read More »
The company hopes to make 25 driverless shuttles by the end of 2017.Read More »
Smart manufacturing facilities offer limitless possibilities for increasing efficiency and productivity. Unfortunately, without the right automation systems in place, the actual results can be disappointing.Read More »