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The New South Wales (NSW0 Taxi Council and the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) have partnered to research and develop plans and regulations for driverless vehicles in Australia.
The New Zealand government on Friday authorised the country's first-ever space launches, which are due to begin before the end of this year.
Few markets can demonstrate a double-digit growth, but unmanned systems have achieved just that over the last decade, and in the Asia Pacific region are expected to do so again for the next ten years.
You’re driving along, whistling a merry tune while guided by a GPS-powered contraption plastered to your windscreen, when all of a sudden darkness descends as you enter a tunnel and you kiss goodbye to your satellite navigation smarts.
Navigation, visual scanning and artificial intelligence know-how originally developed for Israel’s military are now set to be the brains of almost everyone’s next vehicle.
The first Paris Drone Festival took over the Champs-Elysйes Sept. 4.
Tokyo's getting ready to host the 2020 Summer Olympics, and it's promised to make its Olympics one of the most technologically impressive yet. There's even talk of self-driving cars, but before those can hit the road, they're going to need some maps. Enter Dynamic Map Planning.
Driverless Uber cars are ready to start navigating the streets of Pittsburgh for some customers of the ride-booking service.
Uber has hired a former Tesla mapping engineer who pioneered some of the company's best known technologies, adding to the ride-sharing firm's aggressive mapping efforts and growing team of marquee name talent.