Automotive manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation has announced the launch of a new alliance focused on developing autonomous electric vehicles for parcel delivery, ride sharing, on-the-road e-commerce and more.
Australia, Singapore and China are driving momentum and interest for infrastructure investment in the Asia-Pacific, according to the new CMS Infrastructure Index, which ranks infrastructure investment attractiveness according to six key criteria.
The Western Australian capital is one of three cities in the world set to trial a new type of electric-powered autonomous vehicle, designed for on-demand and shared mobility services.
The University of Sydney Business School’s latest Transport Opinion Survey suggests road congestion in Australia’s major cities is unlikely to ease with the arrival of self-driving cars and could worsen.
Driverless vehicle manufacturer Navya will set up its Asia-Pacific HQ and manufacturing facility in Adelaide, following discussions between the driverless vehicle company and the South Australian Government.
The NSW government has passed legislation to allow the trial of automated vehicles, following driverless innovation in Adelaide and Melbourne.