driverless car

Mention the autonomous car and it’s hard to avoid the image of a Tesla gliding down a Californian highway. But the biggest automotive market in the world is China, which means the biggest market for autonomous cars will also be China, and companies that fail to notice will be missing

Mining company Fortescue Metals Group is exploring how it could apply autonomous mobility technology in an urban environment, announcing it plans to establish a new research and development centre in Karratha, Western Australia. The Fortescue Future of Mobility Centre will leverage the company’s success in using autonomous technology across its

Intel says it is on track to deploy 40 autonomous test vehicles by the end of the year. BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye are working together to make self-driving vehicles a reality by collaborating to bring solutions for highly automated driving (Level 3) and fully automated driving (Level 4/5) into

Self-driving cars are accelerating towards consumer acceptance. According to Roy Morgan Research, 46 per cent of all Australians would travel in a driverless vehicle today. That means 54 per cent of Australians still aren’t ready to entrust their lives to a computer on wheels. For the first time, a majority

By 2020 there will be 420 million connected cars driving the world’s roads, and coincidently generating about $9.5 billion revenue for the connectivity market according to analysis by IDATE. That figure for the fleet compares to the 74 million connected cars in the world in 2014. Growth is expected to