A Senate report is released today on the ongoing Takata airbags debacle, which reveals that 4 automakers are still selling or plan to sell their vehicles equipped with airbags that are undoubtedly defective. If this was not enough, the report also found that some vehicles that have been recalled have
Why Do Americans Want Self-Driving Cars? Self-Driving Cars Could Equal Cheaper Car Insurance Even after a cop recently pulled over a self-driving car for exceeding the speed limit, people may find self-driving cars to not only be safer, but also give us cheaper car insurance, making semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles an attractive alternative to traditional
All of us have ridden a bike in our life, but have you ever reached a speed of 85.71 mph (nearly 138 kph)? Definitely not! But the Canadian company has made an Aerovelo Eta bike, which has achieved it and has become the world’s fastest human-powered vehicle. At the 2015
The American automaker has announced the new Ford Smartwatch apps for selected car owners. Through the updated MyFord Mobile app, some Ford owners will be able to access important data about their cars from the gadget on their wrist. David Hatton, Ford’s Manager of connected vehicles and services, said in
Can Intel Automotive Security Review Board Alleviate Cybersecurity Risks In Internet Connected Cars?
The American chipmaker has announced Intel Automotive Security Review Board to alleviate cybersecurity risks in internet connected cars. Intel said the board will include “top security industry talent” and will be provided with the latest tech. Members of the Intel Automotive Security Review Board will perform security tests and audits
Yesterday, the search engine giant announced John Krafcik as the new CEO of Google self driving car project. This shows that Google is prepping to turn this technology into a business. Who is John Krafcik? Mr. John Krafcik, who will be joining as the new CEO of Google self driving
World’s top 10 automakers agreed to add AEB as a standard feature in their upcoming cars. The deal was announced by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. What is AEB? AEB: Automatic emergency braking system includes sensors, lasers
Toyota invests $50 million in AI for cars and teams up with MIT and Stanford. Researchers at MIT will focus on advanced architectures, while the researchers at Stanford will work on machine learning and computer vision. Toyota invests $50 million in AI for cars, which will be used over the
Many of the car makers used to boast about the Keyless Ignition feature in its fancy cars, which let drivers’ start their cars with the press of a button while an electronic key fob remains in their pocket (the ignition will not start if the key fob is not detected.)
It has been reported by our sources that Apple Self Driving Cars are being tested somewhere in Silicon Valley. Project Titan is the Codename given to this secret project. Apple is said to be in search for a secure area in San Francisco Bay to put it to the test.