Monthly Archives: February 2015


Singapore’s SDC trials

The trials are set to begin in March.

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Dutch approve SDCs for public, large-scale testing

Te objective is to make The Netherlands a testbed for this technology.

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Will Canada pass on this unique opportunity?

Canadian stakeholders must act soon as global automakers are unlikely to develop autonomous vehicles for our relatively small market given the challenges our climate represents.

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Nissan & NASA join forces on driverless

NASA and the North American arm of Nissan have announced that they are to join forces

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12 million driverless cars/yr by 2035

44% of US drivers “would consider buying a fully autonomous vehicle within the next 10 years

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NYC taxi medallion values: drop of 25%

Why are prices plunging? Uber. Well, probably.

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Car sharing and its impact on auto sales

ARK Investment Management estimates that “a rise in car sharing to 5% of all journeys could almost halve US auto sales”.

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Germany’s A9 autobahn set for driverless

Germany has approved the use of self-driving cars (SDCs) on a portion of its autobahn A9.

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Incentivizing the uptake of autonomy

Could this be the way that penetration will be increased?

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CES: autonomy, car sharing, car swapping, keyless access to vehicles and more

For its car sharing DriveNow program, BMW also introduced a new MasterCard credit card that makes on demand car sharing even easier.

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