A $250Bn Revolution: Mobile Robots and Autonomous Vehicles in Delivery
Automation in the delivery/logistic and warehousing/fulfilment chain is a growing market. A particularly exciting subset of this is the use of mobile robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles for automation of movement-based tasks.
Waymo LLC offer lidar modules.
Waymo began as the Google Self-Driving Car Project in 2009 and became a stand-alone subsidiary of Alphabet in 2016, developing autonomous mobility services.
Exclusive agreement to initially focus on driverless mobility services
Groupe Renault, Nissan Motor Co., and Waymo have entered into an exclusive agreement for an initial period to explore all aspects of driverless mobility services for passengers and deliveries in France and Japan.
Visit to "SMMTConnected" event London 4 April 2019
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders SMMT is the well-run UK trade association for the automotive industry. Its conference and exhibition involved about 600 people and it was extremely positive and informative.
Smart Cities International Symposium Report January 22-24 Chicago
This 40 person event had many good speakers and interactions IDTechEx Chairman Dr Peter Harrop reports on his findings.
Smart Cities are not Data Centric Any More
It is now clear that smart cities can be zero emission, quiet and make all their own clean water, food and electricity.
Highlights of "Future of Mobility Chicago USA" January 22 2019
This one day session with about 40 people was a precursor to the two day Smart Cities international Symposium that directly followed.
Walmart and Ford test grocery delivery with self driving cars
Walmart is partnering with Ford to explore delivery with autonomous vehicle technology.
Waymo orders 62,000 Chrysler Pacificas
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Waymo announced they will expand their partnership with an agreement to add up to 62,000 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans to Waymo's self-driving fleet.
Trov and Waymo partner to launch insurance for ride-hailing
Waymo, formerly Google's Self-Driving Car Project, is the first company in the world with a fully self-driving fleet on public roads today. In November, Waymo announced that it would launch a commercial ride-hailing service to members of the public in Phoenix, Arizona in 2018.