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Qatar’s Affinity to Technology and Innovation is Key

Earlier this year, H.E. Lothar Freischlader, Germany’s Ambassador to the State of Qatar and Thomas Triller, Deputy Head of Mission responsible for economic affairs,...

‘Robot cars’ are coming. How can we make sure they’re safe?

The concept of “autonomous” cars, moving us all around in an orderly, congestion-free fashion has been around, in various forms, for decades. But, despite...

Self-driving cars emerge from the sci-fi realm

By Tom Cassauwers It's an ordinary day in the northern German city of Hamburg, where countless cars move along the streets and pedestrians cross at the...

AutoFlight presents V1500M – an autonomous passenger eVTOL aircraft

Shaping the future of urban air mobility: The tech company AutoFlight shows an autonomous passenger eVTOL aircraft: the V1500M. It will change the face of...

Roadmap to ‘Virtual Driver’s licence’ for AV Can Accelerate Development

The World Economic Forum today released guidance for policymakers to create performance-based regulations for autonomous vehicles (AVs). A sort of ‘virtual driver’s license,’ the...

Shared, automated… and electric?

Authors: George Kamiya and Jacob Teter* Automated driving and shared mobility could dramatically reshape road transport over the coming decades, with major implications for vehicle electrification and...

Consumers Pump the Brakes on Autonomous Vehicle Adoption

As autonomous vehicle (AV) technology gets ever closer to scalable, real-world application, consumer trust in the safety of AVs appears to be stalling, according to the...

Consumers Pump the Brakes on Autonomous Vehicle Adoption

Consumers’ appetite for self-driving vehicles lags the automotive industry’s pace of investment in advanced vehicle technology, according to the “2019 Deloitte Global Automotive Consumer...

Do automated cars dream of electric sharing?

Authors: George Kamiya, Kate Palmer and Jacob Teter The future of self-driving cars remains highly uncertain. But visions of fully autonomous vehicles have captured the...

Cutting-edge tech a ‘double-edged sword for developing countries’

The latest technological advances, from artificial intelligence to electric cars, can be a “double-edged sword”, says the latest UN World Economic and Social Survey...

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