for Energy Efficiency
New research shows that the energy demands of driverless computing draw less power from the vehicle than expected. Other factors such as efficiency improvements, flexibility for fleet operators, and the advantages of the electric drivetrain mean that power demand is a nuisance, but far from a dealbreaker, for an electrified autonomous future.
Senator Portman (R-OH) discusses bipartisanship in energy policy, oil price volatility, and what the shale oil and gas boom has brought to his home state of Ohio.
Driving is more energy-intense than flying, a University of Michigan study concluded last month, revealing surprising trends about energy consumption in the United States.