Tesla on Target, L.A. Hydrogen Station Opens, Crash-Avoidance Technology & Honda Taps Robot For Edge

Blog - Tesla Sales On Target, Gigafactory Groundbreaking Next Month: FINAL UPDATE

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Blog - Tesla Sales On Target, Gigafactory Groundbreaking Next Month: FINAL UPDATETesla Sales On Target, Gigafactory Groundbreaking Next Month: FINAL UPDATE

Tesla Motors released its first-quarter earnings this afternoon, logging revenue of $713 million on deliveries of 6,457 Model S electric cars. That’s essentially the number it had said it would sell in the quarter, but the total is slightly down from the record 6,892 sold in the prior quarter. It built 7,535 Model S cars in the quarter, however…

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Blog - Another Hydrogen Fueling Station Opens In LA, With Fuel-Cell Cars On The WayAnother Hydrogen Fueling Station Opens In LA, With Fuel-Cell Cars On The Way

Another hydrogen fueling station opened in southern California yesterday, this one at California State University, Los Angeles. The university’s Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility is a part of its program in sustainable energy and transportation technology, and is the largest hydrogen station operated by a university anywhere in the U.S. It produces…

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Blog - NHTSA Testing Crash-Avoidance Systems

NHTSA Testing Crash-Avoidance Systems

In-vehicle systems that alert a driver to an impending collision could become reality for every driver if a rule being considered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration becomes the law of the land.  The agency said in February that it may propose a rule that would require light vehicles to use technologies that enable them to electronically “talk” with each other so that they can share some operational data, such as speed and…

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Blog - Honda Taps Asimo for Edge in Driverless-Car RaceHonda Taps Asimo for Edge in Driverless-Car Race

TOKYO — In 1986, Honda Motor Co. built a pair of robotic legs that could walk in a line. A decade later, it added an upper body. On Thursday, Honda’s latest robot, Asimo, met its first world leader: It chatted in English with U.S. President Barack Obama, then ran, jumped and kicked a soccer ball. For its next trick, Honda believes…

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