Self-driving and semi-autonomous cars will soon learn to drive the way you do.
Specialists from the MosTransProekt Research Institute in Moscow have developed the first Russian-made autonomous vehicle.
Scientists from three Fraunhofer institutes have worked out a radar sensor system that can use AI to interpret entire traffic scenarios and warn autonomous vehicles of dangers.
In Finnish Lapland, north of the Arctic Circle, autonomous vehicles are being tested on a smart road under some of the most challenging driving conditions in Europe.
When it comes to AI in mobility, many people instantly think of autonomous cars. They are still a while away, but AI can already contribute to safer and more sustainable mobility.
Autonomous cars could become the future of travel. However, there is still a problem that has to be overcome, because people in the car often suffer from unpleasant nausea.
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“Don’t talk too loudly or move too fast”, whispers Professor Tim Landgraf from the Freie Universtät Berlin. “Otherwise the fish will freak out.” He has […]
A while ago, I attended a research presentation on autonomous cars by researchers at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (DHBW). I learned that there […]