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Category Archives: Robot Cars
OK, so digging a long tunnel underground instead of using a surface train sounds like an expensive way to go. Except, watch this, and do the math with him. The fact that this is a one-lane tunnel and the pumped … Continue reading
Everything I’ve been saying about robot cars for years now, all in one brilliant 10 minute report!
I just added the following point to my Robot-Car summary page. 3. The end of the ‘chicken and egg’ Catch-22. You know the ‘chicken and egg’ problem — no company wants to build a hydrogen highway because there are no hydrogen … Continue reading
Robot car function I just thought of: will a little kid, lost in suburbia without adults around, be able to walk up to a public robot-car and say, “I’m lost, help me!” and that will trigger facial recognition software, access … Continue reading
A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you’re talking about real money! “The moves are part of a $4.5 billion investment in electrified vehicles by 2020, offering customers greater fuel efficiency, capability and power across Ford’s global vehicle … Continue reading