A. Self – Driving CAR : Truck
1). Uber self-driving car kills pedestrian in first fatal autonomous crash.
2). Autonomous car are coming or not.
Ready or not, #autonomouscars are coming!#tech #AI #lidar #IoT@MikeQuindazzi @evankirstel @ipfconline1 @SpirosMargaris @JacBurns_Comext @Fisher85M @helene_wpli @ImMBM @LouisSerge @chboursin @mallys_ @jerome_joffre @3itcom @guzmand @psb_dc @sebbourguignon @ahier pic.twitter.com/RqZY8h8Y4U
— Jean-Baptiste Lefevre (@jblefevre60) 2018년 4월 10일
3). EV- Car : Self-Driving & Energy Saving, Air-Pollution,
This is why Norway is the world leader in adoption of #ElectricVehicles#Transportation #SmartCity#Tech #Industry40 #innovation via @rajat_shrimal cc @evankirstel @MikeQuindazzi @kuriharan @diioannid @sallyeaves @SpirosMargaris @chboursin @jblefevre60pic.twitter.com/cE6vO0ibKV
— Rajat Shrimal (@rajat_shrimal) September 4, 2018
4). Walking Car by Hyundai
Walking car by @Hyundai#innovation #AutonomousVehicles #ces2019@TamaraMcCleary @chboursin @SimonCocking @MarshaCollier @FrRonconi @MCins_ @sbmeunier @SBourremani @dez_blanchfield @ImMBM @GrowUrStartup @adamsconsulting @THEAdamGabriel @UrsBolt @psb_dcpic.twitter.com/tcacRNnOsJ
— Alvin Foo (@alvinfoo) 2019년 1월 9일
B. Unmanned Drone :
C. Aircraft :
D. Rocket & Sattellite :
E. Robot :
Gravity-defying Robot goes vertical to drive up walls.
— Mike Quindazzi ✨ (@MikeQuindazzi) 2018년 4월 14일
F. Ship & Submarine :
Advanced Transports :
Autonomous Transport Pods Make For a Sci-Fi Commute in Dubai. by Futurism
Transportation authorities in Dubai recently tested a pair of driverless transport pods coupled to each other. Capable of ferrying six passengers per pod, these autonomous vehicles are part of Dubai’s efforts to promote futuristic transport tech.
AUTONOMOUS TRANSPORT PODS
Visiting Dubai can seem like stepping into the future. It’s home to man-made islands, the world’s first 3D printed office, and firefighters with jetpacks. Now the city wants residents to commute in sci-fi style, too – recently, the city unveiled and tested two autonomous transport pods, each designed to ferry up to six people.
At the end of February, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) featured these two pods attached to each other other and running around one of the city’s main streets. Built in Italy by the U.S.-based company Next Future Transportation, the cube-shaped autonomous pods run on electricity, with a top speed of 80 k/h (roughly 50 mph).