Automotive and Transportation Technology Alert. Google Self-Driving Cars Field-Tested in Texas; Over-the-Horizon Developments for Light Vehicle Engine Efficiency; Differing Approaches to Engineering Self-Driving Cars

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This issue profiles field-testing of Google self-driving cars in Texas, over-the-horizon developments for light vehicle engine efficiency, and differing approaches to engineering self-driving cars.

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Automotive and Transportation Technology Alert. Google Self-Driving Cars Field-Tested in Texas; Over-the-Horizon Developments for Light Vehicle Engine Efficiency; Differing Approaches to Engineering Self-Driving CarsIn This Issue1. SELF-DRIVING CAR CHALLENGES, ACCORDING TO FIAT DEALER LISA COPELAND2. GOOGLE SELF-DRIVING CARS FIELD-TESTED IN TEXAS3. MILLER CYCLE GASOLINE ENGINE RETURNS TO MARKET4. AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY TO DAMAGE TRAFFIC TICKET BUSINESS?5. OVER-THE-HORIZON DEVELOPMENTS FOR LIGHT VEHICLE ENGINE EFFICIENCY6. MAKING THE CASE FOR DRIVERLESS SHARED VEHICLES IN CITIES7. DIFFERING APPROACHES TO ENGINEERING SELF-DRIVING CARS8. HONDA RE-EMPHASIZES R&D WITH LAUNCH OF NEW SILICON VALLEY FACILITY9. TECHVISION 2015




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