Honda is making headlines once again as they seeking potential business and technology partners for their prototype off-road vehicle. Honda’s Autonomous Work Vehicle combines the automaker’s all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and advanced autonomous technology. Honda R&D Americas have designed the Autonomous Work Vehicles to improve efficiency and safety.
They aim to target public, commercial and consumer enterprises with the potential to support a host of industries. Some of these include search and rescue, firefighting, construction, agriculture, landscaping and snow removal. Honda will feature their Autonomous Work Vehicle at CES 2019 in Las Vegas Convention Center from January 8-11, 2019. Continue reading →
Over the last few years the flying taxi has become somewhat crowded with the Ehang 184 being the latest addition. Bell Helicopter, Boeing, Airbus and Intel are all in the advanced stages of their respective autonomous aerial vehicles (AAV’s). Although designs vary, all flying taxis seem built for the same purpose. They transport people autonomously across city environments to overcome pollution, congestion and Continue reading →
Autonomous driving technology has been the buzz word for some time now. Tesla has been in the news, good and bad, and now it’s time for Hyundai to take the reins. The Hyundai Motor Company and Aurora, a leader in autonomous vehicle technology, have announced a strategic partnership. Together, they will move quickly to bring self-driving technology to market around the world aiming for 2021.
The initial focus will be on developing software and hardware for automated and autonomous driving. That includes the Continue reading →