Driverless Cars

Driverless cars have been a discussed for quite some time, but what impact will the Coronavirus pandemic have on the timing and roll-out of autonomous vehicles?

Driverless Cars2021-03-30T12:05:59+11:00

The History of Safety Regulation is Written in Blood

We’ve all heard the saying, ‘safety standards are written in blood’, in reference to a reactive, rather than proactive approach to safety regulations. So, why is the world so determined to see the same fix-as-we-go attitude towards the safety standards of self-driving cars?

The History of Safety Regulation is Written in Blood2018-05-29T19:22:12+10:00

Autonomous Vehicles

Driverless vehicles remain one of the tech industry's favourite futuristic scenarios, fuelling a daily run of announcements, partnerships and promises. Since 2018 began, the IT industry has watched, in horror, the slow-motion train wreck of Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities. Why? Because these are hardware bugs and they’re harder to deal with than a slip in a C++ library. What does this mean for driverless cars?

Autonomous Vehicles2019-06-27T13:07:17+10:00
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