Vehicle safety regulators plan to investigate a crash that involved a self-driving car and resulted in multiple injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s special crash investigation program is set to look into the incident, which happened June 3 in San Francisco, just a day after the General Motors subsidiary had been granted permission to commercialize its fleet of robotaxis in the city. According to documents filed by Cruise with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, the autonomous vehicle (AV) collided with a Toyota Prius, and occupants of both vehicles received medical treatment for minor injuries. Cruise’s report of the accident states that the AV was operating in driverless autonomous mode at 11 p.m., traveling eastbound on Geary Boulevard towards the intersection with Spruce Street.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant