Siemens Mobility has established an intelligent traffic systems office just outside Detroit in Sterling Heights, Michigan, US.
Mitsubishi Electric and HERE Technologies have piloted a hazard alert system that enables cars to automatically warn approaching vehicles with lane-level precision about upcoming potential dangers on roads.
Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a smart system to detect empty parking spaces at Al Rigga and Dubai World Centre.
UK mapping agency Ordnance Survey (OS) and Intel company Mobileye have deployed a fleet of vehicles to capture a street-level view of the road network in the country.
US-based Ambarella is collaborating with China-based Momenta to introduce a HD mapping platform for self-driving vehicles.
US technology firm Applied Information has revealed plans to implement C-V2X traffic infrastructure products with its Glance Smart Cities Internet of Things (IoT) roadside unit portfolio.
BMW has partnered with US-based DXC Technology to support the development of autonomous vehicles via the High Performance D³ platform.
Transport operator Stagecoach, bus maker Alexander Dennis (ADL) and technology firm Fusion Processing have started testing of a full-sized autonomous bus in Sharston depot in Manchester, UK.
Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) perception technology provider RoboSense has provided a cold-resistant all-weather LiDAR for an all-weather autonomous shuttle bus, known as Gacha.
Telecom operator Spark New Zealand's collaboration with autonomous vehicle technology firm Ohmio Automotion has started trialling a 5G-connected driverless car on streets in Auckland.