So You Think Robots Can’t Dance?

They say some people can’t dance–what about robots and dogbots?  Don’t expect any shimmies or twerking but there are some ni—-ice, jumps, running man, snake necking, side taps a high kicks  and smooth disco high five arming. The Twist loses something in the translation the hips move put not the toes. However on the stiff …

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Connected Car News: In connected car news are Ford, Nissan, Daimler, PSA, FCA, LG, Magna, VW, Daimler, Infosys & ROKit

In connected car news are Ford, Nissan, Daimler, PSA, FCA, LG, Magna, Volkswagen, Camping World, Daimler, Infosyss and ROKit. UBI for Ford/Lincoln Ford is teaming up with insurance carriers across the U.S. to help customers save money on premiums based on driver behavior, utilizing its built-in connectivity technology on eligible vehicles. In addition, Ford Insure …

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Autonomous & Self-driving Vehicle News: Velodyne, AVCC & Toyota

In autonomous and self-driving vehicle news along with Nuro’s new permit, are Velodyne, AVCC and Toyota. Velodyne Supplies Alpha Prime for Motional Velodyne Lidar, Inc. today announced a multi-year sales agreement for Alpha Prime™ sensors with Motional, a global driverless technology leader. Velodyne will be the exclusive provider of long-range, surround view lidar sensors for Motional’s SAE Level …

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Free Licenses for Covid-19 Temp-Tech From Nissan

Nissan is supporting the fight against COVID-19 by providing licenses free of charge for thermal imaging sensor technology developed by the company. Nissan is licensing the low-cost technology under the terms of the IP Open Access Declaration Against COVID-19, which the company joined in May. By signing the declaration, Nissan agreed not to seek compensation …

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Verizon Connect Reveal Starter Plug-and-Play for Fleets

Verizon Connect makes its small business, plug-and-play, fleet management solution available for purchase at Verizon retail stores. As small businesses continue to serve their customers and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, fleets and drivers play an increasingly vital role in delivery of goods and services. To help them save money, and increase productivity and efficiency, …

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Connected Car News: Fisker, Cpia, Crank Software, Nexar, Agero, Blink, Alexa, Faraday Future, Hyundai Mobis, Premergy, Acrimoto, Veoneer, GTT, FORSEE & VisIC

In connected car news are Fisker, Cpia, Crank Software, Nexar, Agero, Blink, Alexa, Faraday Future, Hyundai Mobis, Premergy, Acrimoto, Veoneer, GTT, FORSEE and VisIC. Fisker Operates with Magna Fisker Inc. (NYSE: FSR) (Fisker) – designer and manufacturer of the world’s most emotion-stirring, eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – announced it has entered into …

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Autonomous and Self-Driving Vehicle News:

In autonomous and self-driving vehicle news are Renesas, RF, Zoox, Walmart, Gatik, Mobileye, Foresight, Motional, Velodyne, May Mobility. Renesas Reveals R-Car V3U Renesas Electronics Corporationa premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, unveiled the R-Car V3U – a best-in-class ASIL D system on chip (SoC) for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated driving (AD) systems. …

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American Personal Vehicle Safety Means More Private Car Ownership

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Americans are prioritizing safety and reliability more than ever in their products and services, according to a new study from Volvo Car USA and The Harris Poll. Volvo set out to better understand how perceptions of its core pillar, safety, were changing in the midst of unprecedented behavioral …

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Covid-19 Coronavirus Cause Rise in Private Mobilty – Study Finds

The coronavirus pandemic is having a lasting impact on people’s mobility habits all over the world. Private car use has seen strong growth, while sharing and hailing services, which have been booming in recent years, are suffering a significant slump. People in France, the USA, Japan and Germany, remain largely loyal to traditional mobility concepts: …

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10 Automakers Reach Pledge Goals for AEB & FCW

Ten automakers have fulfilled a voluntary commitment to equip nearly all the new light vehicles they produce for the U.S. market with automatic emergency braking (AEB) — well ahead of the 2022-23 target. The 10 manufacturers put the technology on more than 95 percent of the vehicles they produced between Sept. 1, 2019, and Aug. …

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