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Self-driving cars may be available sooner than expected

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The mind-blowing future of transportation

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Drone Delivery Could Be A Reality Within Months — If Government Gets Out Of The Way

” It makes no sense for a human being to climb into a 3,000+ pound gas-combustion vehicle and drive 10 miles to pick up a 2 pound package, as happens today. Nor are people willing to wait for batch delivery by Fedex or UPS, as happened in the past.” See More . . . Source: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/drone-delivery-could-reality-within-months-government-aaref-hilalyBy: Aaref Hilaly – Partner …

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The Future of Transportation – Frictionless Vehicles and Binary Power Will Define Transportation

“The flying car era will really begin around 2015 with flying drones. Flying drones will be used by FedEx and UPS to deliver packages, Pizza Hut to deliver pizzas, and Kroger and Safeway to deliver groceries. But beyond that, drones will enable homes to be taken off the grid with delivery of water and electricity (changing out batteries for the …

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Automakers vow to put the brakes on rear-end collisions

“Friday’s announcement brings the rapidly changing auto industry one step closer to self-driving vehicles. Many cars are already available with automated features, including cruise control that speeds and slows with traffic, lane departure alerts with steering assistance and high beams that switch on in the absence of oncoming cars.” See More . . . Source: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-hy-iihs-nhtsa-automatic-braking-20150911-story.htmlBy: Jerry Hirsch

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World’s highest resolution video surveillance platform by DARPA

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Hyperloop project moves closer to reality with new engineering partners

“The latest indication that the next-generation transport system should be taken seriously comes from Hyperloop Transportation Technologies’ (HTT) announcement of the addition of Switzerland-based Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum, Hodgetts + Fung Architects and Los Angeles engineering firm AECOM to its efforts.” See More . . . Source: http://mashable.com/2015/08/20/hyperloop-engineering/By: Adario Strange

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Could HART partner with Lyft, Uber?

“The transit agency is about to launch a pilot project this fall that will address the issue of connecting customers with buses, commonly called First Mile/Last Mile, which could include contracting with ride-booking companies such as Uber and Lyft. But the pilot project is only for its para transit, or severely disabled riders. The board wants the ability to eventually …

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Samsung Safety Truck

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Some of the biggest automakers are taking hydrogen seriously. What now?

“To speed adoption, Toyota has opened its hydrogen patents to competitors, with the logic that the only way infrastructure will get built is if a variety of major automakers are in the mix. But as long as fossil fuels are around and reasonably priced, it’s possible that none of this will matter: evidence suggests that a majority of car buyers …

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