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Tesla Summon

Autonomously park & summon Tesla from phone, outside car.

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Tesla Semi

The safest, and most comfortable truck ever made

​The Tesla Semi is the safest, most comfortable truck ever. Four independent motors provide maximum power and acceleration and require the lowest energy cost per mile.

The Verge
The Tesla semi truck is a hulking and menacing hauler, with the presence of Darth Vader lurking from above when cast in the black hue, or more like an apparition in metallic silver-white. In other words, exactly what we expect to see from Tesla, as they attempt to make a semi truck that lives up to the brand's DNA of making the future seem cool.
TechCrunch
Tesla has unveiled its all-electric semi truck, aptly dubbed the 'Tesla Semi,' as promised, and the resulting Class 8 transport vehicle is indeed a sight to behold. It boasts a considerable charge capacity, and has a very aesthetically distinct look, as you can see, which will obviously help it stand out from other commercial freight vehicles on the road.
TechCrunch
Tesla founder Elon Musk revealed at the Tesla Semi unveil that the truck can work in a convoy mode, with a three-truck convoy beating not only traditional diesel trucking, but also rail transport in terms of a cost per mile price.
Product Hunt
Tesla Roadster is the fastest production car ever made. It accelerates from 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds, has a top speed of over 250 mph, and a massive 620-mile battery range. Watch the video. The star of the show was Tesla's electric truck.Tesla Semi gets 500 miles of range, has 4 motors, and enhanced autopilot as standard.
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Robomart

Self driving grocery stores

Robomart is building a fleet of self-driving grocery stores

YouTube
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Retailwire
Discussion While legislators in some cities have been trying to keep autonomous robots off sidewalks, a new startup wants to enable any big box retailer to get a full wing of its operation rolling around on city streets.
Engadget
The company, as part of NVIDIA's deep learning/AI "Inception Program," has developed what is essentially a self-driving bodega on wheels. The concept relies on a Sprinter-van-size delivery vehicle outfitted with an array of LiDAR, radar and cameras, as well as a CAN motion-control system and enough route-planning and obstacle-avoidance software to notch Leve… See more
CNNMoney
As of now, your bunches of organic bananas or piping hot pad thai arrive the old-fashioned way: carried by a flesh-and-blood human who drove a car. However, new concepts such as Robomart -- an on-demand, electric, self-driving store -- could automate food deliveries.
Business Insider
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "E-Commerce Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Robotics startup Robomart has introduced its autonomous car that will serve as a grocery store on wheels, Business Insider reports.
Business Insider
Robomart is a self-driving, nearly full autonomous grocery store on wheels. The vehicle will drive fresh produce from the supermarket aisle to customers. Grocery chains can license the platform and the vehicles, which allows them to pocket the delivery fee instead of some on-demand delivery startup.
TechCrunch
The startup assault on the humble neighborhood store continues to intensify. First came Bodega, the terribly named, and mostly misguided startup with its mission to bring the non-perishable necessities available at the corner store to the masses and "disrupt" the corner store.
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Blackberry Jarvis

World-class cybersecurity for connected cars 🚗

Blackberry Jarvis is a new cloud-based tool that can scan the complex software required for modern connected and autonomous cars.

CNBC
Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images BlackBerry has launched a cybersecurity software aimed at protecting driverless cars. The product which was released on Monday and is called Jarvis identifies vulnerabilities in software used in cars. Jarvis scans and delivers insights in minutes, a process that would normally take a large number of experts and a … See more
Engadget
Jarvis scans automotive binary code to identify security vulnerabilities in the software used in modern and upcoming cars, much of which is written by third-party suppliers. Blackberry claims it can scan and deliver insights in minutes, reducing the time in one case study from more than 30 days to seven minutes.
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