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  • Asleep at the virtual wheel December 5, 2020 11:17 am The Australian Ready or not, here they come: driverless cars are set to merge into our collective lanes. What we once saw as a futuristic — and perhaps to many, an unrealistic — ideal became a stark reality with Elon Musk recently tweeting that a software update which …
  • Tweaked legislation to move Victoria closer to driverless tests February 22, 2018 1:39 am Car Advice Proposed changes to the Victorian Road Safety Act and Crimes Act will open the door for more advanced autonomous tests on public roads. Should the new amendments pass, self-driving test permit holders would be subject to the same legal obligations as human …
  • US company promotes truck 'platooning' in Australia to cut long-haul costs November 16, 2017 10:50 pm ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Posted November 17, 2017 09:23:02 Australia's expanse of open road is being eyed off by a United States start-up business developing software it says will make long-haul driving safer and cut fuel costs. The technique, called platooning, utilises …
  • Hands-free driverless testing “5 or 6 years away” for Victoria October 31, 2017 1:23 pm Car Advice Revised regulations could allow autonomous vehicles on California roads without a human minder in the driver seat next year, but it could be five or six years before we see similar tests on local roads. Proposed changes to the California DMV Driverless …
  • Automated vehicle security must be addressed: House of Reps committee September 11, 2017 7:46 am ZDNet Issues around data ownership and security, safety ethics, legal liability and insurance, and the future of employment need to be addressed before Australians will be comfortable with automated vehicles, the House of Representatives Industry, Innovations, …
  • Safety first, then self-driving cars September 7, 2017 1:31 pm iTnews Australia Truly autonomous vehicles that roam the streets unaided, collecting and depositing passengers on command, might be many years away, but the component technologies are already being deployed in production vehicles and will progressively make driving easier …
  • Telstra trials Cohda's collision avoidance app August 1, 2017 2:28 pm iTnews Australia Telstra and Adelaide-based Cohda Wireless say they have successfully tested Cohda Wireless’ collision avoidance technology over the Telstra 4G network to warn of potential collisions between cars and cyclists, and cars and pedestrians. According to Telstra …
  • Social impact of auto future August 1, 2017 1:54 pm Rockhampton Morning Bulletin AS MOST drivers spend their busy days delivering food and essential services around the nation, you could be forgiven for not hearing about the Federal Government's inquiry into the social impact of driverless vehicles. That's right, an ongoing …
  • Driverless, though not an aimless future Blade Runner days not far away July 28, 2017 6:00 pm PerthNow WHEN Hollywood film director Ridley Scott put out Blade Runner in 1982, he based the dramatic opening shot of the sci-fi classic on his native northeast England and the blue-collar Middlesbrough with its vast chemical plants and steelworks lighting up the …
  • VIDEO: Telstra and Cohda Wireless in Australian-first V2P tech trial July 26, 2017 5:49 am iTWire Telstra and Cohda Wireless have “successfully conducted Australia’s first test of Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P) technology over a mobile network in South Australia.” The groundbreaking trial demonstrated vehicles “interacting directly with pedestrians’ and …
  • Mad Minute stories from Tuesday, July 4th July 5, 2017 11:39 am KHQ JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) -- Strange sea creatures that resemble large pink thimbles are showing up on the coast of southeast Alaska for the first time after making their way north along the West Coast for the last few years. Scientists say the creatures are …
  • The very Australian problem of roos and driverless cars June 23, 2017 11:07 pm ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Posted June 24, 2017 08:28:12 Driverless car makers are discovering a unique problem as they begin to test the vehicles in Australia. It turns out the unusual way that kangaroos move completely throws off the car's animal detection system. "We…
  • Driverless cars: Kangaroos throwing off animal detection software June 23, 2017 10:28 pm ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Posted June 24, 2017 08:28:12 Driverless car makers are discovering a unique problem as they begin to test the vehicles in Australia. It turns out the unusual way that kangaroos move completely throws off the car's animal detection system. "We…
  • Driverless cars could transform regional Australia June 15, 2017 3:43 pm ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) For most people, imagining a future with driverless cars means conjuring images of gleaming ride-share fleets shuttling commuters across big city CBDs. But the technology also has the potential to transform lives of regional and remote Australians, as a …
  • Driverless cars could transform regional areas June 15, 2017 2:00 pm ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) For most people, imagining a future with driverless cars means conjuring images of gleaming ride-share fleets shuttling commuters across big city CBDs. But the technology also has the potential to transform lives of regional and remote Australians, as a …
  • Driverless cars could transform regional Australia, if telecommunications woes solved June 15, 2017 5:19 am ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) For most people, imagining a future with driverless cars means conjuring images of gleaming ride-share fleets shuttling commuters across big city CBDs. But the technology also has the potential to transform lives of regional and remote Australians, as a …
  • Telstra: Regional mobile regulation important for autonomous vehicles May 4, 2017 6:48 am ZDNet Telstra has said that provided certain regulatory settings for regional telecommunications coverage remain in place, it will continue expanding its mobile network for the benefit of Australia's autonomous vehicle industry. While conceding that mobile …
  • Driverless bus trial in South Perth attracted more than 2,000 participants March 22, 2017 1:22 am ZDNet Image: RAC More than 2,000 people have participated in Australia's first driverless electric bus trial in South Perth. The Royal Automobile Club (RAC) of Western Australia kicked off the trials in August last year with support from the state government …
  • Australia lagging on autonomous vehicle initiatives: Telstra February 15, 2017 3:18 am PC World Australia Telstra says the government should implement policies that promote the uptake of autonomous vehicle (AV) technologies, warning that compared to Europe and North America, Australia is lagging when it comes to initiatives involving connected and autonomous …
  • UK autonomous vehicles leader heads ‘down under’ January 25, 2017 7:33 am The Manufacturer.com One of the UK’s leading forces in autonomous vehicles, RDM Group, has invested in its first international facility in a bid to tap into a $90bn global opportunity. According to RDM Group, the opening of a technical office at Flinders University campus in …