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Waymo and J.B. Hunt have formed an alliance to integrate autonomous trucks with the commercial company’s logistics platform. The companies will conduct multiple pilots to move freight along I-45 for J.B. Hunt’s clients using Waymo software.
Three pilot projects using small electric shuttles in Austin, Texas, neighborhoods demonstrated various uses for the vehicles, which can provide last-mile service to transit as well as make transportation more equitable.
U.S. regulations in many cases require commercial helicopters — including air ambulances and other operators — to have a functioning radar altimeter. But new frequencies being shifted to 5G may render them unreliable.
Plus, Seoul, South Korea, plans virtual reality for government services as part of a "metaverse," Nissan invests billions in electric vehicle development and Intel's first computer chip turns 50.
A proposal from state Rep. Robyn Gabel would require that new and renovated commercial and residential buildings have the physical capacity to support electric vehicle charging stations.
Bitcoin bulls often describe it as an asset that is uncorrelated to traditional financial markets, CNBC reported; however, experts have noticed growing parallels in the price movements of bitcoin and stocks.
Legislators heard business pitches from nuclear industry representatives at an interim legislative session meeting Tuesday as they consider repealing a conditional state ban on nuclear power plant construction.
With the help of hotly contested license plate reading technology, Lebanon police officers were able to make an arrest that took a large amount of drugs and other paraphernalia off of the street.
ZeroAvia, a startup that aims to integrate hydrogen fuel cells with electric motors to power zero-emission aircraft, said Tuesday it will open a new research facility at Paine Field airport in Everett, Wash.
A new report by Otonomo took a look at how cities and states are (or aren't, more accurately) using connected vehicle data, finding that only a small fraction of transportation organizations use this data.
After winning the contract, the Oklahoma City company will now help NASA explore space, providing critical software products, services, and engineering support for the next five years.
Industry analysts expect the global ed-tech market to grow by more than 16 percent annually through 2026 as schools and universities continue investing in new digital learning tools.
Pennsylvania legislators introduced bipartisan legislation yesterday that would allow an autonomous vehicle to be tested without a human behind the wheel. Officials believe the law could attract companies to the state.
The Federal Aviation Administration has authorized beyond visual line of sight flights for unmanned aircraft systems across 35 miles of New York’s 50-mile drone corridor. The decision was announced yesterday.
Peoria, Ariz., has launched an autonomous shuttle pilot project in a medical district as an extension of the local transit service. The project will help officials gauge the public’s comfort level with the emerging tech.