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- CES 2012 discussion in Las Vegas about the future of mobility and innovation
- Nevada, USA to authorize driverless cars for the open road!
- REDCAR Colloquium Session Two: The Overlay
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- Google moves ahead with plans for “driverless” vehicles for Las Vegas
- GM’s ENV’s debut at Las Vegas CES
- Impact of Mobility on City and Suburbs Infrastructure Without Oil Future in Australia
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New state of Nevada law will encourage the development of rules and regulations for driverless automobiles on open state roads. Citation: Knapp, A. (2011, June 22). Nevada Passes Law Authorizing Driverless Cars – Alex Knapp – Robot Overlords – Forbes. … Continue reading
Nevada could be the first real test market for the inaugural introduction of smart “driverless” vehicles into the public consciousness of the United States. Google is making preparation through legislation to allow this technology to be used on public roads. … Continue reading
GM debuted their four ENV (Electric Networked Vehicle) prototypes at the recent Las Vegas CES. I was lucky enough to ride in one and they are so cool. Truly, they could revolutionize urban mobility – and yes they do drive … Continue reading
Standing at the 5 bus stop on a beautiful Saturday, watching a bus go by that was completely full and waiting another 20 minutes for the next full bus made us think of car sharing, specifically sharing a taxi. Why … Continue reading
Besides the hurdles of technology and funding, innovative infrastructure faces another obstacle, the fear of the new and unknown, the man who scoffs “text messaging is not a valid form of communication” as he bitterly googles “the way thing used … Continue reading
Standing at the 5 bus stop on a beautiful Saturday, watching a bus go by that was completely full and waiting another 20 minutes for the next full bus made us think of car sharing, specifically sharing a taxi.Â Why … Continue reading
â€œThe underlying concept of cloud computing dates back to 1960s, when John McCarthy opined that “computation may someday be organized as a public utility“. Almost all the modern day characteristics of cloud computing (elastic provision, provided as a utility, online, … Continue reading