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Bmw and Daimler partner on autonomous driving, first results of team-up in market by 2024
Global automakers Bmw and Daimler will join forces in a new long-term partnership to co-develop automated driving technologies, including levels of automation all the way up to Sae Level 4, which is defined as full self-driving, no human intervention required, but only under exactly defined conditions or domains – steering wheel and brakes not necessarily even present I the car. This Bmw/Daimler partnership includes developing automated driving technologies that precede Level 4, too, including advanced driver assistance features like smart cruise control and automated parking. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Smart scooter company Gogoro launches GoShare, an end-to-end vehicle sharing platform
Founded in 2011, Gogoro now makes the best-selling electric scooters in Taiwan, where it is headquartered. The startup has always seen itself as an end-to-end platform developer, however, and today it marked a major milestone with the announcement of a new vehicle sharing system. Called GoShare, the program will start operating with a pilot fleet of about 1,000 Gogoro  smart scooters next month in Taoyuan City, Taiwan, before becoming available as a turnkey solution for partners. (Fonte: TechCrunch)

Top Australian banks join Ibm, Scentre in blockchain project
Australia’s top three banks said on Thursday they have agreed to partner with Ibm and shopping mall owner Scentre Group to test blockchain technology to digitize bank guarantees. The companies are exploring how to move away from paper-based bank guarantees to cut processing time and the risk of fraud, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Westpac Banking Corp and Commonwealth Bank of Australia said in a statement. (Fonte: Reuters)


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