Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute had developed a smart phone app that estimates blood alcohol levels and warns people when it is unsafe for them to drive.
Mark Moore, the modern father of the flying car concept, has left his job at NASA to join Uber as head of engineering at its Elevate division. Uber, Google’s Larry Page, and Airbus all envision a future in which urban dwellers fly around in private VTOL electric aircraft.
Thirty teams from around the world assembled in southern California last weekend to test their entries in the Hyperloop Competition at the SpaceX test track. Top prize went to the team from the University of Delft in the Netherlands.
After years of keeping people safe, Your Volvo Will now keep Moose safe. Kangaroos and Deer will benefit from this new tech, as well!
Researchers at Harvard University say they have created metallic hydrogen in the laboratory. If true, it could change everything we know about electricity, electronics, and space flight. But is it real?
Volvo will differentiate its Autonomous Cars by Putting People First in the Drive Me project to learn how we interact with self driving cars.
Hyundai dazzled people at CES 2017 with self driving and connected car concepts and exoskeletons to help those with disabilities get about. But the star of the Hyundai exhibit was the cute and quirky Ioniq folding electric scooter.
Hyperloop One executives told the press at CES 2017 that they will conduct a test of their system this spring in the desert outside North Las Vegas. They say their system will become “the broadband of transportation.”
Digital headlights from Mercedes can throw light far down the road and adapt to illuminate objects and people in the path of the car. They can also “paint” road markings on the pavement.
Mercedes chose CES 2017 to unveil its electric delivery van in the United States. The Vision Van features integrated autonomous delivery drones and robots to get packages and parcels to their destination as efficiently as possible.
The Toyota Concept-i, first displayed at CES 2017, is a look at what Toyota engineers think a self driving car with artificial intelligence may look like in 2030. Check out the video for more.
New technology from India is proving successful at removing carbon dioxide emissions from flue gasses and turning it into soda ash, which has many commercial applications.
When a Tesla Model X suddenly leaps forward and crashes through a wall into someone’s living room, is it driver error or a computer glitch? And if it is driver error, should the car protect its occupants anyway? Those questions will be answered in a law suit filed in California December 30.
Elon Musk took to Twitter on Saturday to suggest boring tunnels under cities to ease traffic congestion. Has he finally gone too far?
Car manufacturers are eyeing technology companies with suspicion these days. Some are worried that tech will take over the industry and make them irrelevant. That have every reason to be worried.
Honda will bring a new connected urban mobility transport concept called NeuV to the CES 2017 show. The NeuV has an artificial intelligence “emotion engine” that will help drivers and passengers to form a deeper emotional bond with their transportation device.
NHTSA has issued voluntarily guidelines for manufacturers of cell phones and other digital devices designed to limit deaths and injuries from distracted driving.
SpaceX has applied to the FCC for permission to provide satellite based internet for the US, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Eventually, it wants to provide internet to the entire world using 4,425 850 lb satellites. Is that a good thing?
2017 Hyundai Ioniq Autonomous EV concept debuts at LA Auto Show 2016 and CES, shows that Hyundai is serious about the EV market!
The new Volkswagen I.D. electric car will feature an innovative heads up navigation system called augmented reality. The information projected on the windshield will appear as if it was located 50 feet in front of the car.