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Autonomous Vehicle Legislation Stalled by Senate Democrats

Five Democratic U.S. Senators have sent a letter to Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) requesting more stringent safety measures be inserted into Senate Bill 1885, or the “American Vision for Safer Transportation through Advancement of Revolutionary Technologies” (AV START) Act.

Ford to Launch Co-Pilot 360 Driver-Assist Technology this Fall

Ford announced it will be launching Co-Pilot360, its most advanced suite of standard driver-assist technologies, this fall in new passenger cars, SUVs and trucks up to F-150 in North America, starting on the new 2019 Ford Edge and Edge ST.

Nissan, DeNA to Test ‘Robo-Vehicle’ Mobility Service

Nissan and DeNA Co. this month will be field-testing Easy Ride, the robo-vehicle mobility service being developed by both companies, Nissan said.

Autonomous Vehicles Closer to Hitting Road in Utah After Bill Passes Through House Committee

House Bill 371, which would allow for autonomous vehicle operation on Utah roads, recently passed out of committee on a unanimous vote and now heads to the full State of Utah House of Representatives.

Bosch Recognized by Frost & Sullivan for Innovating Driverless Technology in Automated Valet Parking

“Bosch’s driverless system, AVP, offers a seamless solution for parking garages that benefits both owners of parking garages and individual drivers,” said Anirudh Venkitaraman, senior analyst for Frost & Sullivan.

Fiat Chrysler to Supply Thousands of Pacifica Hybrid Minivans to Waymo for Driverless Ride-Hailing Service

Fiat Chrysler announced an agreement to supply thousands of Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans to Waymo to support the launch of the world’s first driverless ride-hailing service.

Visteon Partners with American Center for Mobility as Founding Member, Driving Development of Autonomous Vehicles

With a $5 million investment, Visteon becomes the first Tier 1 supplier to partner with the national automated vehicle proving ground.

Nation’s First Driverless Shuttle Involved in Collision – in First Hour of Service

The Navya-built shuttle, which began operating on Nov. 8 in Las Vegas, was involved in a collision with a delivery truck in the shuttle’s first hour of service.

AAA, Keolis Launch Nation’s First Public Self-Driving Shuttle in Downtown Las Vegas

AAA, in partnership with Keolis, just brought the future of transportation to America, and now the century-old auto club wants to hear from you.

President of Toyota Canada: ‘Autonomous Vehicles Will Revolutionize Mobility and Transform Society’

According to Larry Hutchinson, president and CEO of Toyota Canada, the autonomous vehicle is a great opportunity for the automotive industry and will change society as we know it. Just don’t expect it to happen tomorrow.

TomTom HD Map for Autonomous Driving Extends to Japan

Navigation technology company TomTom announced that it is completing the collection of data for its high-definition (HD) map for Japan.

Foley Survey Reveals Bullish but Measured Outlook in Race to Self-Driving Cars

As Congress makes headway on legislation to expedite the rollout of self-driving cars, automotive and technology companies are already forging ahead in spite of lingering regulatory uncertainty and other challenges, according to a new survey conducted by the law firm Foley & Lardner LLP.

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