Apple Looking For Revolutionary Sensors For Autonomous Project
Vineeth Joel Patel2019-04-20 05:30 PT
According to a report by Reuters, Apple has been talking to roughly four companies, as the tech giant looks to lock down a supplier for “next-generation” LiDAR sensors.
Vineeth Joel Patel2019-04-19 07:00 PT
Tech giant Apple has dismissed about 200 employees from its secretive autonomous car project known as “Project Titan”.
Eric Walz2019-01-24 11:45 PT
Despite being one of the world’s most valuable tech companies, Apple’s self-driving cars are still a work in progress. The company reported that one of their self-driving development vehicles was involved in a collision near the company’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.
FutureCar Staff 2018-08-31 18:24 PT
Doug Field, who stepped down as the senior vice president of engineering at Tesla last month, is returning to Apple, the company said on Thursday. Most recently, Field oversaw Model 3 engineering at Tesla.
Eric Walz2018-08-10 12:31 PT
In a patent application filed in December 2015, Apple Inc. described a navigation system for self-driving (autonomous) vehicles that allows the car to find its own way to a destination by monitoring the route and developing a characterization of it, which can be utilized by at least some portion of a vehicle’s sensor suite to autonomously navigate the route.
Eric Walz2017-12-22 08:30 PT
July 20th, 2017 News of the Day.
Eric Walz2017-07-20 12:22 PT
On Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company is working on a self-driving car program. Cook called the effort “The mother of all A.I. projects.”
Eric Walz2017-06-13 17:07 PT
Apple revealed on Friday, April 14th (PDT) that it had been granted a permit to test autonomous vehicles on public roads in California.
Eric Walz2017-04-14 18:32 PT
Whether the Apple Car will be electric, autonomous or sport features that are as yet undreamed of is a question for another day. For now, it’s a pretty safe bet the company isn’t designing a tank (or a bus).
Elena2016-08-09 16:35 PT
Apple’s larger automotive ambitions are still a matter of speculation. Will the Silicon Valley icon produce and sell iVehicles? Probably not. Will it build self-driving electric city pods to compete with rival Google? More likely.
Mia2016-08-08 16:00 PT
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