General Motors has launched a consumer education program called “Hands Free, Eyes On” to encourage consumer confidence in the use of ADAS systems.
Three-quarters of the 7,300 pedestrian fatalities in 2021 occurred at night, when research shows most pedestrian AEB systems are less effective.
Cruise and General Motors have entered a long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles.
The rule amends several crashworthiness regulations to clarify safety standards for automated vehicles equipped without manual driver controls.
The new online tracking tool provides data on the on-road testing of automated driving systems in 17 cities across the country.
New automotive engineering research finds that 73% of performance issues were related to lane centering.
Volvo Cars has announced that it is partnering with tech firm Luminar to provide their LiDAR and perception technology for Volvo’s next-generation cars.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has issued a set of research-based safety recommendations on the design of partially automated driving systems.
Survey also indicated that 21% of car owners say they would disable certain safety features after buying a new car.
Pointing to a fatal Uber crash last year, a U.S. Senate committee focused on how to best address safety challenges involving autonomous vehicles (AVs) during a recent hearing.
According to a new study, consumers lack confidence in the future of self-driving vehicles and their outlook isn’t much better about the influx of battery-electric vehicles that manufacturers are spending billions of dollars to bring to market in the next several years.
New research from Rice University and Texas Tech University warns about the dangers of automated driving.