136 Blog Posts From the DRIVERLESS CARS Tag


Automated = Slow

Automated = Slow

How fast will automated cars go? Will it take you longer — or less — to get where you want to go? The answer to those questions can be discovered by taking a ride on a city bus or any other government-run public conveyance. They all operate at Least Common Denominator Speed — which will […]

Personal Data, Alexa and the Driverless Car

Personal Data, Alexa and the Driverless Car

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future weekly feature: Since the dawn of the modern era, marketers have been trying to find out about you—what are your likes, dislikes, habits and tastes. Since the advent of the personal computer and smart phones that has been made much easier due to the mining of our personal data. […]

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 3, 2018

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for January 3, 2018

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future Weekly Roundup: In this week’s Car of the Future Weekly Roundup –Court dismisses Privacy Case against Connected Car Makers— –Riders in Waymo’s driverless cars will now be insured— –BMW surpasses 100,000 mark in 2017 EV sales– Click on the colored title to see the full story […]

LIDAR—Expensive but Necessary for a Driverless Car, Part 3

LIDAR—Expensive but Necessary for a Driverless Car, Part 3

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future weekly feature: Check out Part 1 and Part 2 in this exclusive Car of the Future blog series LIDAR—Expensive but Necessary for a Driverless Car. Pedestrians could well be the Downfall of Driverless Cars Here is a possible scenario: Suburbanites who are driven to work in a driverless car […]

Bob Lutz is Senile . . . hopefully

Bob Lutz is Senile . . . hopefully

The only rational explanation for Bob Lutz’ recent column predicting the imminent doom of autonomous cars — and of autonomous driving — is senile dementia. Or something much worse. Lutz writes that within 20 years, at the most, every autonomous car will be scrapped or taken off the road — and that everyone will be […]