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GM cuts jobs as president takes helm at self driving unit
General Motors is to cut 15 percent of its 54,000 North American salaried jobs, and shut five plants. Dan Ammann will take over as chief executive of Cruise, the group's self driving unit's chief executive.
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Rolls-Royce to boost engine performance with AI

British aerospace engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce and Chicago based AI and IoT software specialist Uptake are partnering to maximise the availability of the Rolls-Royce Trent range of aerospace engines
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ABB remotely pilots ferry into Helsinki Harbour

ABB and Helsinki City Transport have remotely piloted a passenger ferry into the Finnish capital's harbour. The ship was a conventional ferry vessel that had been enhanced with ABB technologies
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Self driving car tests launch in London

The DRIVEN consortium is launching trials of driverless cars in London, before launching a fleet of fully autonomous cars to provide transport between London and Oxford in 2019
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ST image sensors detect tired drivers
Swiss semiconductor maker STMicroelectronics has launched two image sensors to monitor drivers that can eliminate unpredictable external effects such as sunlight or street lighting
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Superpedestrian e-Scooters with vehicle intelligence

Superpedestrian is to produce an industrial-grade e-scooter equipped with its proprietary Vehicle Intelligence technology
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Wind River support for NXP aviation platforms
Wind River has expanded its VxWorks RTOS platform support for NXP processors designed for aviation and transportation applications
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Astronics Flitestream T-310 certified for Business Aviation
The FAA has certified the Astronics FliteStream T-310 SATCOM aviation connectivity platform for business aircraft
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