Autonomous Cars, Pedestrians, and Cyclists
Despite recent setbacks in testing, self-driving cars are expected to make roads safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
Concept: Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion
The Volkswagen I. D. Vizzion is a self-driving concept car first introduced in 2018 at the Geneva International Auto Show, which took place starting on March 6, 2018.
China’s Intelligent Super Highway
Building on the 2012 success of researchers at Stanford University, the Chinese government is developing a 100-mile highway that is designed specifically with self-driving cars in mind.
Data Collection in an Autonomous World
As much time as humans will be riding in them, autonomous cars will be in a position to gather a lot of information about their passengers.
Car Ownership and Self-Driving Cars
Self-driving cars are likely to disrupt the auto industry as car ownership becomes less of a necessity and more of a luxory.
n order for companies to get a good return on their investments into self-driving cars, the technology has to be available for commercialization.
Self-Driving Cars and the Economy
What will the rise of self-driving cars mean to the global economy?
Car Insurance and Self-Driving Cars
Automotive industry experts are predicting significant changes in the future of car insurance because of the use of these self-driving vehicles.
DUIs and Self-Driving Cars
The emergence of self-driving cars could have a big affect on DUIs.
Powering Self-Driving Cars
Electricity seems to be the source that will power self-driving cars into ubiquity. How does the autonomous vehicle industry plan to get juice to their cars?
Infrastructure and Self-Driving Cars
One of the greatest challenges of making self-driving cars a reality is making critical road upgrades and infrastructure improvements.
The Road to Self-Driving Cars
Vehicles are getting smarter, but they haven't quite achieved the ideal pinnacle of progress yet. What will it take to get self-driving cars on the road?
Self-Driving Cars: A Day in the Life
Several automakers are promising to deliver Level 3 autonomous cars by the year 2020. While these vehicles will still require some driver input, Level 4 and Level 5 fully autonomous cars are scheduled to follow shortly thereafter. These more advanced vehicles will dramatically change your life as they serve as personal chauffeurs.