Automotive and Transportation Technology--Self-driving Car Technology

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This issue of Automotive and Transportation Technology profiles self-driving cars, also known as autonomous vehicles. Self-driving cars offer safety benefits via reduced car crash injuries/fatalities, and will boost mobility markets for underserved passengers (elderly, disabled). The innovations profiled include improving autonomous vehicle operation on snowy roads, autonomy kits for driverless vehicles, a self-parking autopilot system, autonomy kits for driverless vehicles, and autonomous vehicles than can engage human occupants.

Keywords: Self-driving cars, autonomous vehicles, driverless vehicles, semi-autonomous vehicles, humanoid robot, self-parking autopilot system

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Automotive and Transportation Technology--Self-driving Car TechnologySelf-driving Car Technology InnovationsUpgrading Semi-Autonomous Autopilot to a Full Self-driving Ability Improving Autonomous Vehicle Operation on Snowy RoadsMotorcycles with an Onboard Humanoid Robot in Control Autonomy Kits for Driverless Vehicles from Startup Companies GM Steps Up Autonomous Vehicle Development Designing Autonomous Vehicles to Engage Human Occupants BlackBerry Launches Software for Self-Driving Cars How Regulators Shape Self-Driving Car Technology STRATEGIC INSIGHTSStrategic InsightsStrategic InsightsINDUSTRY CONTACTSIndustry Contacts (1 of 2)Industry Contacts (2 of 2)




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