Displaying items by tag: driverless vehicles

Electric and driverless cars could boost Australia’s economy by $92 billion by 2050, a rise of two to three percent over projected GDP without new mobility, according to a new study.

Published in Mobility

A device that could be developed into ultra-sensitive cameras for security screening that would not require people to queue at airports, has been invented by a research team led by the Australian National University (ANU).

Published in Strategy

Bosch Australia and Monash University have joined forces to establish a “first-of-its-kind” ag-tech facility in Melbourne's southeast for innovating new smart farming techniques including automated harvesting, sensing networks and driverless vehicles in response to growing challenges faced by the agriculture sector.

Published in Strategy

The introduction of driverless vehicles onto Australian roads is predicted to be a major game-changer for the insurance industry.

Published in Market

An Indian federal minister has pledged to keep driverless cars off the country's roads due to fears that they may lead to a loss of jobs.

Published in Automotive

The RAC has expanded its collaboration with French manufacturer NAVYA to run trials of its autonomous vehicle Intellibus outside Australia.

Published in Strategy

Trials of Australia's first driverless bus are being conducted by the Royal Automobile Club of WA, with the support of the state government and the City of South Perth.

Published in Automotive

Worldwide production of self-driving cars is forecast to reach 14.5 million in the next 10 years, up significantly from only a few thousands in 2020, according to the latest report from Juniper Research, which also forecasts that more than 22 million of the vehicles will be in use by consumers in 2025.

Published in Strategy

Telstra is partnering with US-based automated and connected vehicle technology company Peloton Technology and the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI)  to explore the safety and fuel efficiency benefits of truck platooning for Australia.

Published in Strategy




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