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The world’s first electric, autonomous ferry is being tested in Norway in the hope it will end the need for expensive bridges over rivers and canals.
Startup hopes to automate the entire delivery process with robots designed to travel on sidewalks.
A Canadian company is helping to bring self-driving to the masses with an off-the-shelf, five piece kit that turns almost any car partially autonomous.
The future of mobility might see an airless tire which is connected, 3D printed and made of recycled and organic composites.
A new software could see cars driving themselves off the assembly line and through the logistics chain.
Researchers are using the predictive sight ability of the dragonfly to help improve driverless cars.
A Swedish transport specialist is developing a driverless electric trucking system that could revolutionize the haulage industry.
An insurance company is offering insurance for all aspects of driverless cars, such as automated parking and the hacking of connected systems.