Scientists from the University of Leeds have been analyzing methods to learn human behavior in traffic and note that neuroscientific theories regarding how the brain makes decisions can be applied to automated vehicle technology to enhance safety and human-friendly working.
Automated vehicles could be made more pedestrian-friendly thanks to new research which could help them predict when people will cross the road.
The Pittsburgh autonomy sector has reached critical mass and has the potential to become a major player in the global market, a new study finds. But urgent action is needed to compete more effectively against other regions and to encourage autonomy companies to locate and remain in Southwestern Pennsylvania as they mature and grow.
Defense Automotive Technologies Consortium will host a virtual Industry Day on September 21, 2021, 10:00 am-12:00 pm, for the Assault Breacher Vehicle Remote Control System.
A new study explains the science behind microscale concave interfaces (MCI) -- structures that reflect light to produce beautiful and potentially useful optical phenomena.
UNIST held a signboard-hanging ceremony for the new research center for the study of autonomous systems for environmental monitoring and disaster management.
Drones are not the only autonomous vehicles at the forefront of automating deliveries and human services -; ships may be about to turn the corner, assisted by helpful tugboats.
The researchers from ETU "LETI" have proposed a scan matching algorithm for filtering 2D laser scans taken by lidars.
Connected and Co-operative Automated Mobility (CCAM) is gaining more importance across Europe and beyond.
It is a scenario familiar to anyone who has driven down a crowded, narrow street. Parked cars line both sides, and there isn't enough space for vehicles traveling in both directions to pass each other.