Motoring Technology
3:50

More electric vehicle charging stations for SA

Eight electric vehicle public charging stations will be installed in four locations around SA this week, as part of National Transport Month.

4:50

SA not ready for autonomous vehicles

As the race to commercially introduce self-driving vehicles heats up, SA will have to wait for more than a decade before autonomous vehicles become a reality on its roads.

7:00

Augmented humans to be pervasive by 2030

As the gap between humans and machines shrinks, the two will experience more immersive, connected partnerships, driven by the uptake of emerging technologies.

3:00

Ford employs ‘digital engineers’ on vehicle production line

Collaborative robots work together with Ford engineers to apply finishing touches to vehicles on the production line.

4:30
3 Oct

Electric vehicles race around the country

BMW, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover embark on a seven-day electric vehicle road trip from Johannesburg to Cape Town.

2:20

Bargain-your-ride app expands to three local cities

The set-your-own-price inDriver taxi app spreads to Durban, Pretoria and Port Elizabeth, and adds1 000 drivers in each city.

5:20

Six million electric vehicles on global roads

As global electric vehicle manufacturers race to implement their electrification strategies, the market experiences a “remarkable growth” trajectory.

3:00

Mercedes-Benz shows off luxury new electric vehicle in SA

The car manufacturer’s first electric vehicle, the EQC 400 4MATIC, premiered at the Smarter Mobility Africa Summit today.

3:50

Jaguar Land Rover pumps R9bn into next-gen car innovation

A four million square metre UK development centre will focus on the design and development of the company’s connected electric and autonomous vehicles.

3:10

Edge computing critical to success of autonomous vehicles

Schneider Electric execs explained the role of edge computing as it relates to self-driving vehicles, at the “Life at the Edge” media conference in Singapore.

2:10
Sep 12, 2019

No retrenchments at Uber SA

The layoffs at the ride-hailing company’s US arm will not affect Uber’s South African operations, says its local spokesperson.