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GM’s self-driving car reportedly has trouble recognizing pedestrians

By autonomous, autonomousdriving, autonomousvehicles, cruise, delays, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, generalmotors, gm, green, honda, safety, selfdrivingcar, setback, Softbank, Transportation

It seems that General Motors’ self-driving car unit, Cruise, is running into major difficulties, and will likely not be able to hit its late 2019 launch target. Sources close to the project have told Reuters that engineers have been hitting unexpecte…

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Senators investigate safety procedures for autonomous cars

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Just a day after the NTSB released its preliminary findings on the Uber crash in Arizona, senators Edward J. Markey and Richard Blumenthal began an investigation into safety protocols for driverless car testing. In a letter sent to major auto …

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California axes self-driving car rule limiting liability for crashes

By autonomous, california, dmv, engadget, gear, generalmotors, gm, law, liability, Regulation, safety, self-driving, self-drivingcar, Transportation

California has been happy to tweak the rules to get more self-driving cars on the road, but it still has its limits. The state’s DMV has eliminated a planned rule (suggested by GM) that would have let companies avoid liability for an autonomous vehi…

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GM aims to be the first to test self-driving cars in New York City

By andrewcuomo, autonomousvehicles, cruiseautomation, design, engadget, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, generalmotors, manhattan, newyork, newyorkcity, self-drivingcar, services, Transportation, uber, waymo

It looks like New York City will be hosting its first test of fully autonomous vehicles very soon and surprisingly, they’re not from Waymo or Uber. Instead, General Motors and Cruise Automation have submitted the first application for sustained testi…

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The Army could save hydrogen cars from a premature death

By alternativefuel, brianbutrico, charliefreese, chevycoloradozh2, coloradozh2, coloradozr2, Defense, defensetech, departmentofdefense, electricvehicle, engadget, gear, generalmotors, gm, hfc, hybrig, hydrogenfuelcell, milfordprovingground, Military, tardec, Transportation, video, wargadget, zh2, zr2

Over the past 25 years, hydrogen fuel cells (HFC) have been the butt of countless jokes in the automotive industry. Many critics see the technology as something long in the works that will never have a future. It’s seen some spotty progress over the…

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The Army could save hydrogen cars from a premature death

By alternativefuel, brianbutrico, charliefreese, chevycoloradozh2, coloradozh2, coloradozr2, Defense, defensetech, departmentofdefense, electricvehicle, engadget, gear, generalmotors, gm, hfc, hybrig, hydrogenfuelcell, milfordprovingground, Military, tardec, Transportation, video, wargadget, zh2, zr2

Over the past 25 years, hydrogen fuel cells (HFC) have been the butt of countless jokes in the automotive industry. Many critics see the technology as something long in the works that will never have a future. It’s seen some spotty progress over the…

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GM and Honda will mass-produce hydrogen fuel cells together

By clean, climatechange, Energy, engadget, fuel, fuelcellsystemmanufacturing, gear, generalmotors, gm, honda, hydrogen, michigan, Transportation

Just weeks after the car and energy industries began their big push on hydrogen, the first real action is being taken. General Motors and Honda have leapt into bed together to begin work on a new factory that’ll mass-produce hydrogen fuel cells for t…

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