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- 09/12/16--04:44: _Apple May Back Away...
- 09/19/16--10:11: _Lyft Also Aiming to...
- 11/20/17--14:21: _Uber Buying Up to 2...
- 12/08/17--08:56: _Lyft Launches Auton...
- 01/30/18--08:49: _Waymo Buying “Thous...
- 08/16/18--08:27: _Kroger Launches Dri...
- 09/12/16--04:44: Apple May Back Away from Auto Manufacturing
- 09/19/16--10:11: Lyft Also Aiming to Go Driverless
- 11/20/17--14:21: Uber Buying Up to 24,000 Autonomous Volvo XC90s
- 12/08/17--08:56: Lyft Launches Autonomous Test in Boston
- 08/16/18--08:27: Kroger Launches Driverless Delivery Pilot in Scottsdale
Apple has reportedly fired "dozens of employees" involved in its automotive Project Titan and will shift away from building cars to providing driverless technology to established automakers. For the latest, check this report from TheDetroitBureau.com.
There’s a revolution coming, and it’s likely to bring major changes to the world of transportation over the next decade, says John Zimmer, co-founder of Lyft. Among other things, the country’s #2 ride-sharing service wants to go driverless by 2021, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.
Uber will purchase as many as 24,000 XC90 sport-utility vehicles from Volvo as part of its push to become an autonomous and, eventually, a fully driverless ride-sharing service. TheDetroitBureau.com has the full story on a development that could change the way millions of Americans travel.
Lyft is the latest ride-sharing service to begin testing autonomous vehicles. The pilot program, launched in Boston, is a partnership with self-driving tech firm nuTonomy. Lyft is also partnering with Ford and GM to develop fully driverless vehicles, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.
Google spin-off Waymo will convert "thousands" of Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans to operate without a driver and put them to work in a new ride-hailing service it will operate in "multiple US cities." And it isn't alone. Several similar projects could get underway in 2019, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.
While it may be a while before you can hail a driverless ride-sharing vehicle, Kroger has launched a pilot program near Phoenix that will use a driverless vehicle to deliver your groceries. And its not the only one experimenting with the idea, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.