Ridesharing service provider Uber continues to be one of the driving forces behind the development of driverless vehicles. They recently took this a step further in developing ALMONO – essentially a manufactured city built on the grounds of an old steel mill in Pittsburgh.
Complete with roaming mannequins, road signs, traffic lights, roundabouts, fake cars, simulated buildings, and...Read More »
The neighborhood will feature the latest, most cost-effective, and environmentally friendly digital technology specifically designed for urban applications.Read More »
According to a recent report from the Office of the Inspector General, the U.S. Postal Service utilized a fleet of 228,000 vehicles that cost about $67 million to repair and maintain last year. It also realized a $5.6 billion revenue shortfall, meaning it’s looking at ways to streamline operations and cut costs.
One such option could be to improve delivery by making it easier for...Read More »
While the technology has been highly publicized but slow in adoption, experts predict a shift where the cost-benefits become highly favorable for businesses and consumers.Read More »
One of the most significant challenges facing autonomous vehicle operations is the transfer between human and machine control. So while it would appear that Toyota is guilty of over-engineering its latest autonomous vehicle prototype by giving a modified Lexus LS 600h two steering wheels – there is some method to their madness.
The placement of a steering wheel and pedals on both...Read More »