General Motors set out its vision for self-driving vehicles on Thursday, informing investors it prepared a commercial launch of fleets of completely autonomous robo-taxis in several dense metropolitan environments in 2019, in a challenge to competitors such as Alphabet Inc’s Waymo. Highlighting the possible opportunity ahead, GM President Dan Ammann informed investors the lifetime revenue
General Motors stated on Monday it would buy Strobe Inc, which utilizes LIDAR technology to help self-driving vehicles recognize objects at a distance, to accelerate development of autonomous automobiles and cut sensor costs. LIDAR is among the significant sensor technologies used in autonomous, or self-driving vehicles, and there is intense rivarly between big automakers to
General Motors’s self-driving unit, Cruise Automation, has more than doubled the length of its test fleet of robot cars in California during the last three months, a GM representative stated on Wednesday. As the company boosts the size of its test fleet, it has likewise reported more altercations between its self-driving vehicles and human-operated vehicles
General Motors self-driving unit, Cruise Automation, informed California regulators its vehicles were associated with 6 crashes in the state in September, but stated none of automated vehicles were accountable. The crashes did not lead to any injuries or severe damage, as per the GM reports, however did demonstrate the obstacles for developers of self-driving cars
General Motors and its self-driving innovation, Cruise Automation, are testing self-driving automobiles on the streets of Scottsdale, Arizona. Testing of self-driving electrical Chevrolet Bolts started in Arizona about 2 weeks back. It’s the 2nd city for General Motors’ real-world tests. Autonomous Bolts with Cruise Automation software have been driving near San Francisco from May 20.