Self-driving vehicle service in Frisco, Texas, to start in July

Drive.ai, a self-driving startup based in California, is operating fully driverless vehicles without safety drivers on public roads in Frisco, a suburb outside Dallas-Forth Worth, the company announced this week. The tests are in the run-up to the companyís planned autonomous ride-hailing service, which is scheduled to launch later this summer. Itís a major milestone for the scrappy startup, which can now claim the distinction of being only the second company to experiment with driverless vehicles on public roads in the US. In a video provided by Drive.ai, the companyís self-driving Nissan NV200 is seen crossing six lanes of traffic, passing cyclists and pedestrians, entering a roundabout, and even navigating through low-angle sunlight... Continue reading…

Self-driving vehicle service in Frisco, Texas, to start in July

The beat goes on, no turning back, as engineers and AI thinkers get us closer to alternative ways to move around that do not depend on human drivers. Drive.ai has announced an on-demand self-driving ...

Sat 19 May 18 from TechXplore

Fully driverless cars are on public roads in Texas

Drive.ai, a self-driving startup based in California, is operating fully driverless vehicles without safety drivers on public roads in Frisco, a suburb outside Dallas-Forth Worth, ...

Thu 17 May 18 from The Verge

Drive.ai demonstrates a truly driverless taxi in Texas - Roadshow

With an empty driver's seat, the demonstration showcases self-driving car tech that will power a pilot taxi service launching in Frisco, Texas later this year.

Wed 16 May 18 from CNET

Watch a truly driverless car navigate city streets

Drive.ai, the company that’s gearing up to launch an autonomous ride-hailing pilot in Frisco, Texas, just released a video showing off its driverless capabilities. Drive.ai’s service ...

Wed 16 May 18 from TechCrunch

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