A team of researchers in Germany have come up with a safety system that could warn drivers of autonomous cars that they will have to take control up to seven seconds in advance.
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With new details now emerging about the BMW/Daimler mobility services merger, Dr. Tom Voege - independent transport policy expert and Intelligent Transport Advisory Board member - puts it into perspective, both from a business and competition point of view, as well as with regards to historical developments of the private…
The recent investment represents a commitment to solutions that can make traffic across cities more efficient and sustainable, whilst ensuring mobility is convenient.
The Commission has the duty to assess mergers involving companies with a turnover above certain thresholds and prevent concentrations that would significantly impede competition.
BMW drivers will soon have access to TomTom's real-time information, routing technology and electric vehicle services thanks to a new agreement.
Passengers in Seattle can now choose between driving themselves via car-sharing or hailing a ride from a professional driver, through the same app.
Public and private partners of the SOCRATES2.0 project have developed a framework for public–private cooperation regarding traffic information to provide new and better services for road users.
The two companies have agreed to combine their mobility services – striving towards more liveable cities with intelligent and seamless services that are easy to use and combine sustainable modes of transport…
DriveNow, a car-sharing service with over a million customers in 13 European cities, is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BMW Group…