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September 5, 2019 — Forbes — Ford's Sensor Cleaner Keeps It Seeing, But What Do We Do When It Doesn't Work?

September 5, 2019 — Semiconductor Engineering — Challenges To Building Level 5 Automotive Chips

August 27, 2019 — KTVU Fox San Francisco — https://www.dropbox.com/s/ie084aq4ia4vnu5/KTVU_08-27-2019_09.25.05.mp4?dl=0

August 20, 2019 — Minnesota Public Radio — St. Louis Park autonomous vehicle takes off for California

August 17, 2019 — StarTribune — Minnesota-based engineering crew plans 2,000 mile trip in self-driving car

August 9, 2019 — Semiconductor Engineering — Week In Review: IoT, Security, Autos

August 9, 2019 — Automoblog — Automated Drive West: VSI Labs Going Cross County In Autonomous Car

July 19, 2019 — Grit Daily — Contrary to recent headlines, self-driving cars won’t kill the aviation industry

July 1, 2019 — Robotics & Automation News — Drive World Conference & Expo to highlight the shift toward connected autonomous vehicles.

June 14, 2019 — Design News — A slideshow highlighting at eight renowned engineers and their children who followed in (and sometimes surpassed) their footsteps.

June 9, 2019 — Auto Connected Car — VSI Labs is setting out on a cross-country road trip utilizing an autonomous vehicle from their headquarters in Minneapolis to Drive World Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, CA. The 2,000 mile journey will demonstrate the technologies of automated driving

June 6, 2019 — Business Insider — Revisiting the classic American road trip, VSI Labs' Automated Drive West, a 2,000 mile road trip leveraging autonomous vehicle technology, will be their largest experiment ever.

June 6, 2019 — KTVN — Autonomous vehicle research firm VSI Labs is setting out on the classic American cross-country road trip. A team of three from the Minneapolis-based tech company will visit landmarks from Mount Rushmore, the Rocky Mountains, to Santa Clara, California.

May 31, 2019 — Autonomous Vehicle International — In celebration of Autonomous Vehicle Day, VSI Labs hosted key connected autonomous vehicle experts from MnDOT, 3M, HERE, OxTS, Drive World Conference & Expo, among others.

May 24, 2019 — Embedded Computing Design — VSI Labs hosted AV developers from the industry, government, academia, Drive World Conference & Expo, and the media to speak on the connected autonomous vehicle industry's future roadmap.

May 22, 2019 — Yahoo! — Drive World Conference & Expo to feature four keynote addresses from the industry's leading experts, speaking to a future that sees flying cars, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), NASA's first planetary defense mission, among other topics.

May 22, 2019 — Associated Press — Automotive and technology visionaries to explore the electronics and embedded systems powering flying cars and asteroid redirection tests at Drive World Conference & Expo.

May 22, 2019 — Virtual Strategy Magazine — With the launch of Drive World, partnered with the 30th anniversary of ESC, celebrates the innovation from engineers that will deliver us the promise of an autonomous future.

May 22, 2019 — EIN — It's projected that by 2020, U.S. spending on electric and autonomous vehicles, semiconductors, and connectivity hardware and software supporting these technologies will reach $120 billion.

May 22, 2019 — Financial Buzz — Drive World Conference & Expo will feature must-attend keynote addresses from Sebastian Thrun, CEO of Kitty Hawk Corporation, Elena Adams, Space Systems Engineer at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, SAE International, among others.

May 17, 2019 — Plastics Today — A few years ago, the auto industry boldly predicted full, Level 5 autonomy would arrive in 2020 or 2021. But the task has proven more complex than they originally thought.