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  1. The logo of BMW carmaker is seen on a vehicle in Cairo

    BMW open for new partners in mobility services venture: FAS

    BMW is keen to find additional partners for the mobility services venture it runs with rival carmaker Daimler , BMW's new chief executive told a ...
  2. Waymo CEO John Krafcik speaks on stage during the annual Google I/O developers conference in Mounta

    Waymo eyes deploying self-driving technology in trucking: CEO Krafcik

    Waymo is exploring deploying its self-driving technology in the trucking industry, CEO John Krafcik said on Thursday, as it works with industry ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: A Smart concept autonomous car Vision EQ fortwo model is pictured at Brussels Motor Show

    Daimler will pull Smart mini-cars out of United States, Canada

    The tiny, two-person Smart cars once pitched as the next big thing in urban mobility will be discontinued in the United States and Canada at the ...
  4. Uber accident 1

    Commentary: The biggest challenge for driverless cars? Tackling dangerous but mundane situations

    The biggest ethical challenges for self-driving cars arise in mundane situations, not when crashes are unavoidable, says one observer from ...
  5. App identifying barrier-free routes for wheelchair users in the works
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    App identifying barrier-free routes for wheelchair users in the works

    A route-planning app for wheelchair users in the works, with the aim of locating barrier-free routes in public housing heartlands. The app will ...
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    Driverless buses to be rolled out on Singapore's roads by 2020

    This announcement comes after the Land Transport Agency signed a partnership agreement with ST Kinetics to develop and trial these buses.
  7. NTU Schaeffler

    NTU, Schaeffler jointly set up lab to develop personal mobility devices

    The lab, which has a combined funding of S$5 million over three years, will research various aspects of personal urban mobility and intelligent ...
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    Physical therapy programmes reduce bad falls among elderly: Study

    Researchers find that although those who participated in the physical therapy programmes did not have fewer falls, their falls were less severe ...