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San Francisco raises Tesla 'self-driving' safety concerns as public test nears
SEP 23 2021
SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco transport authorities on Thursday raised concerns about the safety record of Tesla's advanced driver assistant system, as the electric car maker prepared a wide release of a test version of the software that works on city streets and highways.
A life and death question for regulators: Is Tesla's Autopilot safe?
SEP 21 2021
Robin Geoulla had doubts about the automated driving technology equipped on his Tesla Model S when he bought the electric car in 2017.
U.S. NTSB to probe fatal Tesla crash in Florida
SEP 17 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said on Friday it will send a team to investigate a Tesla vehicle crash this week that killed two people in Coral Gables, Florida.
GM invests in Oculii, radar software maker for self-driving cars
SEP 14 2021
SAN FRANCISCO General Motors Co's venture capital arm has invested millions of dollars in Oculii, a U.S. startup maker of software for radar sensors used in self-driving cars, Oculii co-founder Steven Hong said.
Tesla's Musk asks staff to 'go super hardcore' to ensure decent Q3 delivery number
SEP 09 2021
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk has asked employees to "go super hardcore" to make up for production challenges early in the third quarter and "ensure a decent Q3 delivery number," according to an internal email seen by Reuters.
Tesla plans energy trading team as company expands battery projects
SEP 08 2021
(Reuters) -Electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc is looking to staff an energy trading team to support its battery and renewable power projects, according to Tesla's website and an employee post on the career site LinkedIn.com.
Mobileye to launch robotaxis in Germany next year
SEP 07 2021
SAN FRANCISCO/MUNICH The chief executive of Intel Corp's self-driving vehicle technology unit Mobileye said it plans an initial deployment of 50 autonomous taxis in Munich, Germany next year, and added that rival Tesla Inc's driver assistant system is not "safe enough."
UPDATE 1-Mobileye to launch robotaxis in Germany next year
SEP 07 2021
SAN FRANCISCO/MUNICH, Sept 7 The chief executive of Intel Corp's self-driving vehicle technology unit Mobileye said it plans an initial deployment of 50 autonomous taxis in Munich, Germany next year, and added that rival Tesla Inc's driver assistant system is not "safe enough."
Mobileye to launch robotaxis in Germany next year -CEO
SEP 07 2021
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 7 The chief executive of Intel Corp's self-driving vehicle technology unit Mobileye said it plans an initial deployment of 50 autonomous taxis in Munich, Germany next year, and added that rival Tesla Inc's driver assistant system is not "safe enough."
U.S. probing fatal Tesla crash that killed pedestrian
SEP 03 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. auto safety regulators are investigating a July 26 fatal crash in New York involving a Tesla vehicle that might have been using an advanced driver assistance system, they disclosed on Friday.
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