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Nio, Intel’s Mobileye partner to build self-driving electric cars for consumers

Nio, Intel’s Mobileye partner to build self-driving electric cars for consumers Mobileye, the Israeli-based automotive sensor company acquired by Intel in 2017 for $15.3 billion, is partnering with Chinese electric car startup Nio to develop autonomous vehicles that consumers can buy. The companies, which describe this as a “strategic collaboration” aims to […]

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Inside Voyage’s plan to deliver a driverless future

Inside Voyage’s plan to deliver a driverless future In two years, Voyage has gone from a tiny self-driving car upstart spun out of Udacity to a company able to operate on 200 miles of roads in retirement communities. Now, Voyage is on the verge of introducing a new vehicle that is critical […]

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How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data

How China’s first autonomous driving unicorn Momenta hunts for data Cao Xudong turned up on the side of the road in jeans and a black T-shirt printed with the word “Momenta,” the name of his startup. Before founding the company — which last year topped $1 billion in valuation to become China’s […]

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72 hours left on early-bird savings for TC Sessions: Mobility 2019

72 hours left on early-bird savings for TC Sessions: Mobility 2019 We’re totally stoked to see all of you at TC Sessions: Mobility 2019 on July 10 in San Jose, Calif. That’s slightly less than a month away, and if you want to save on the price of admission, you need to […]

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Automakers have a choice: Become data companies or become irrelevant

Automakers have a choice: Become data companies or become irrelevant Jeff Peters Contributor Share on Twitter Jeff Peters, PhD is a principal at Autotech Ventures, investing in transportation startups. He has published academic and media articles on transportation, optimization, autonomous driving and AI. More posts by this contributor Will self-driving cars kill […]

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Transportation Weekly: Uber’s spending habits, Tesla Model Y, scooters and AVs in Austin

Transportation Weekly: Uber’s spending habits, Tesla Model Y, scooters and AVs in Austin Welcome back to Transportation Weekly; I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. We love the reader feedback. Keep it coming. Never heard of TechCrunch’s Transportation Weekly? Catch up by reading the first edition here or check […]

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Great Wall Motors look to integrate Mobileye’s L0-L2+ self-driving solutions

Great Wall Motors look to integrate Mobileye’s L0-L2+ self-driving solutions Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors is exploring strategic collaboration with Mobileye . Through this deal, GWM hopes to integrate Mobileye’s solutions into its vehicles. Starting with L0-L2+ within the next three to five years, the companies are also exploring opportunities for Mobileye’s […]

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Audi, Mobileye, Waymo, other top automakers unite to spread the self-driving gospel

Audi, Mobileye, Waymo, other top automakers unite to spread the self-driving gospel The self-driving vehicle evangelists are uniting. A number of major automakers, technology companies and organizations with a stake in autonomous vehicles, including Audi, Aurora, Cruise, GM, Mobileye, Nvidia, Toyota, Waymo and Zoox has formed a coalition to spread the word […]

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Israeli autonomous technology developer Innoviz is entering China’s car market

Israeli autonomous technology developer Innoviz is entering China’s car market Innoviz, a developer of light detection and ranging technologies for computer vision and autonomous vehicles, is getting a toehold in China, the world’s fastest growing auto market, through a partnership with the Chinese automotive supplier HiRain Technologies. From offices in Beijing, Chicago, […]

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Intel starts testing self-driving cars in Jerusalem

Intel starts testing self-driving cars in Jerusalem Intel and its subsidiary Mobileye have started testing 100 self-driving cars in Jerusalem. In the “coming months,” the plan is to deploy the fleet in the U.S. and other regions, Mobileye CEO Amnon Shahsua wrote in a blog post. Through this test, Intel/Mobileye hope to […]

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