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One million driverless cars will be on Australian roads by 2035 and people could access the vehicles under a Netflix-styled subscription service, according to a report from motoring body NRMA.
Bosch, Geo++, Mitsubishi Electric and u-blox have announced the creation of Sapcorda Services GmbH, a joint venture that will bring high precision GNSS positioning services to mass market applications.
NASA and the Norwegian Mapping Authority are partnering to develop a satellite laser ranging station about 1000km from the North Pole that will produce high-precision locations of orbiting satellites, improve the efficiency of marine transportation and help track changes in ice sheets.
The push for establishing an Australian Space Agency continues to intensify. Ahead of Australia hosting one of the largest space industry events, The International Astronautical Congress, the Australian Government is calling on ideas for how to evolve the nation’s space industry.
Preliminary construction is underway on a new, $350 million Lockheed Martin facility that will produce next-generation satellites.
Workers at Sydney's Olympic Park will be among the first to use a driverless shuttle bus as part of a two-year trial of autonomous vehicles launched by the state government.
Each Galileo satellite must go through a rigorous test campaign to assure its readiness for the violence of launch, the vacuum of space, and temperature extremes of Earth orbit, reported the European Space Agency.
We’ve gone drone-crazy. From pizza deliveries to rescue operations, unmanned aerial vehicles are doing it all, and more and more businesses are using them to supplement their services.
Add at least nine more months of delays before the U.S.