In a first, the California DMV approved Nuro to operate its autonomous delivery services in the streets of California. Nuro plans to kickstart its service in two counties with a fleet of Priuses soon.
Zoox, the robotics company that was acquired by Amazon earlier this year, has revealed the design of its first vehicle, a fully autonomous electric transportation system designed and built in the U.S.
To keep competitors from poaching Zoox talent, Amazon plans to create at least $100 million in stock awards. Amazon can walk away from the deal if large numbers of Zoox employees turn down job offers.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk said the automaker will be able to make its vehicles fully autonomous by the end of 2020. The current level-two Autopilot requires drivers to remain alert and ready to act.
American grocery chain Walmart is set to launch test drives for its self-driving grocery deliveries. The multinational company partnered up with autonomous vehicle company Nuro to make this possible.
The high-end car maker has decided that, in order for people to trust autonomous cars on the street, they should look like a character from a Disney movie and added a pair of eyes to them.
Four months after it pulled all of its self-driving cars from public roads due to a fatal accident, Uber is now getting the vehicles back on the road, but they won't actually be driving themselves.
The self-driving car technology company has today announced that its cars have driven a total of eight million miles on public roads, with an average of 25,000 miles driven per day.
Fiat Chrysler will deliver up to 62,000 more Pacifica minivans to Waymo. The two companies are also discussing a potential deal to license Waymo's self-driving tech to FCA's future retail vehicles.
Metamoto has launched an early engagement program with leading automotive players to gain further insights prior to launching simulation solutions that will support autonomous vehicle testing.
A 49-year-old woman was killed on Sunday night after being hit by an Uber self-driving car in Tempe, Arizona. The company has since halted its self-driving car operations in a number of cities.
Apple shares details about the company's research on self-driving cars for the first time, disclosing the use of VoxelNet software to help autonomous vehicles better detect distant 3D objects.