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Autonomous Vehicles

When Sinkholes Impact Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles and natural disasters: read a real-world example from California showing how road closures can impact AV accessibility.

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When Work Zone Delays Impact HD Maps

Roadwork delays can impact autonomous vehicle navigation. HD maps need to be updated on time, or risk being inaccurate, costing time and money.

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Automotive and Autonomy Highlights from CES 2023

CES had a lot of unexpected things—a car steered with a flat panel, a cartoon dog, and some surprising team-ups. Here are some exciting highlights!

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A Living Map For Every Work Zone

Work zones produce slower traffic and often unusual traffic patterns. These are challenging driving conditions for both drivers and autonomous...

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Road Markings as a Technology

Lane lines are a key to road safety, and they are a part of navigating the modern world. Without lane lines, safety becomes questionable, especially...

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Rural Roads: Underserved

Rural populations are chronically underserved when it comes to the advancement of technology. Rural roads are more likely to be overlooked.

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A Digital Twin for Roads

The 5 Levels of V-Markings: The Virtual Markings Exchange will create a digital twin of the world's roads.

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Reflecting the Real World

Reflecting the real world in data form: enable HD maps to truly reflect the real world with V-Markings's 5 levels of data.