So with autonomous cars the vehicle gets the majority of its information through systems like lidar and radar, I’m right so far, right?
Why make a choice about who to protect when you can just brake before you hit an outsider? It’s exceedingly simple.
When their bellies are empty will they head to a place to salve their thirst? While you’re away will they head out for late cruising with their buddies? Will Car Clubs become places where Autonomericans gather to make poor processing choices? Will we understand that beneath that cold exterior lives a warmth that can…
On average most cars are used for a journey of 22 minutes each trip, 96.5% of the time cars are sat parked and roughly used for only 50 minutes a day.
One of the big benefits of autonomous cars is the freedom to do anything - ANYTHING! - while being chauffeured by your self-driving car. Like playing patty-cake for example...
Autonomous cars are coming, of course. I’m bitter about it but I’ll learn to accept it (I guess).
The development of technology to make autonomobiles a reality is well underway. Ultimately, this points to a future where human-driven cars are a rarity. What would that look like? A glimpse into this kind of world can be seen in the 2000 anime series éX-Driver.
In a world where Teslas can crash themselves without any human help, a world where Apple and Google are both getting into the car market, Red Barchetta, Rush’s classic hit based on the short story A Nice Drive, is more relevant than ever. The song perfectly encapsulates what it means to drive, beginning with sedate…
Kentucky (the state I live in and have lived in since I entered this world 26 years ago) was the number one least trusting state when it comes to autonomous cars. I can see why.
Oppos, what say you?
All anyone wants to talk about is the coming age of autonomous cars. How about a new car that my wife bought this year? A 2015 VW Golf R; it has all the modern conveniences which include lane departure alerts, blind spot alerts, parking sensors, seat belt sensors all of which make the same noise and require you to…
Hiiiiiiiiiiii this is Stacy from Coventry Downs Hyundai. I’m just calling to let you know that Hyundai has issued a stop sale and recall on all 2014 Hyundai Accents due to a computer glitch in the morality spectrum grid.
Here’s the evening plan: Drive to that new Italian spot, maybe a nice bottle of Nebbiolo; wheel over to your favorite cocktail joint, where the bartender makes a mean Negroni. Now everyone’s lit and happy, but the buds need a ride home. No, really, I got this. Climb aboard.
Okay, you’re close, you’re really, really close. All you have to do is click the picture above or HERE, and you can read my well researched, definitely not a rant, piece of work over on The AutoTempest Blog.
BMW has developed a fully autonomous valet system that will park your car, and it's completely controlled by a smartwatch and your voice.
From Car And Driver
Autonomous cars have been touted as the future of transportation for quite some time, and a few companies have gotten very close to working versions. But on July 4th, Mercedes Benz revealed the best use for this technology yet in their cleverly named "Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025." That's right folks, the future of…
I firmly believe that, in the relatively near future, we'll all be driving autonomous cars. Maybe not Google Cars per se, but certainly autonomous cars. I also firmly believe that we'll be driving them because, essentially, the government will be forcing us to.
Instead of all the hate on autonomous cars, perhaps we can appreciate them for other things.