The electric autonomous racing series Roborace is not limited to running alongside Formula E.
Roborace is the Formula E's sister series, the world’s first competition for self-driving cars. How fast can the Robocar go?
Roborace’s Season Alpha is due to launch next year, supporting some Formula E events, and the series will use an evolution of the car that can be driven by a...
The Roborace series is set to launch in spring 2019 and its races will feature a combination of professional drivers "teaching" autonomous systems.
This feat in combination with the runs over race weekend marks a milestone moment at Goodwood, making Roborace the first-ever autonomous race car to complete the...
The fully-automated, electric racing car will tackle the 1.16-mile course using only automated systems, sensors, and 360-degree vision to navigate the hay bales...
For the latest challenge, the firm puts noted drifter Ryan Tuerck behind the wheel to set a fast lap and then checks to see if the DevBot can beat the time...
Here, a DevBot tortures its tires as it lays the groundwork for future RoboRacers which will warm up the crowds ahead of Formula E races.
Roborace is set to organise the first championship for self-driving vehicles, or ‘AI drivers’ as the organisation prefers to name it.
The Robocar emerged on track shortly after the end of FP1, carrying out one lap at very slow speed. Its lap was punctuated by a short stationary spell parked up...
The race car of the future is here, but the self-driving races are still a couple of years away.
The world's first fully electric, autonomous race car, called the Roborace Robocar, has been revealed. Check it out here.
Two Roborace's Devbots were tested after a recent Formula E round in Buenos Aires, but the interesting duel didn't end well - at least for one of DevBots.
Autonomous racing series Roborace, launched just a few months ago, presented its development prototype, the “DevBot”
Roborace - a new driverless electric car series (Formula E and Kinetik joint project) is gaining shape with the first images of racing vehicles revealed
Formula E announced a partnership with Kinetik to launch a new global race series for driverless electric cars ‘ROBORACE’ in addition to Formula E.