Apple ranks worst in report that shows its self-driving cars require human intervention every mile

On Wednesday, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles released the latest batch of reports from companies testing self-driving vehicles in the state. The reports offer the public its best glimpse into the slow and often-opaque process of testing autonomous vehicles on public roads. But because companies have a lot of leeway in how they report their data, the story it tells can be misleading. By law, all companies that are actively testing self-driving cars on public roads in California are required to disclose the number of miles driven and the frequency in which human drivers were forced to take control of their driverless vehicles (also known as a “disengagement”). the story it tells can be misleading The DMV defines disengagements... Continue reading…

Apple ranks worst in report that shows its self-driving cars require human intervention every mile

Apple's self-driving cars may have a ways to go before they're ready to ride. A new report from California's DMV shows the firm's self-driving cars required a high rate of human intervention.

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Daily Mail

Waymo's self-driving cars needed a lot less human intervention in 2018

Waymo likes to boast that its self-driving cars can handle tough situations, and now it has some extra data to back up its claims. The California DMV has published manufacturers' ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Engadget

Waymo reported fewest AV disengagements per mile in 2018, and Apple had the most - Roadshow

That's good news for one tech giant. Not so much for the other.

Wed 13 Feb 19 from CNET

Apple ramps up self-driving program as Waymo says its tech improves

Apple Inc logged tens of thousands of miles testing self-driving cars in 2018, up sharply from just hundreds of miles the year before, according to data released Wednesday by the California ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Reuters Technology

Apple Places Dead Last In Autonomous Car Disengagements Reported To CA DMV

It looks as though Apple's autonomous vehicle efforts still have a ways to go before they can compare with the best in the industry. The numbers are in, and Apple reported more self-driving ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from HotHardware

Apple ramped up testing of self-driving cars in 2018: U.S. data

Apple Inc sharply increased its testing of self-driving cars in 2018, logging tens of thousands of miles compared with only hundreds of miles the year before, according to data released Wednesday ...

Wed 13 Feb 19 from Reuters Technology

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