BMC’s Control-M Workbench expands the Jobs-as-Code approach

In order to accelerate application delivery and application quality for the digital business economy, BMC today announced Control-M Workbench, a no-cost, self-service and standalone development environment that gives developers autonomy to code, find bugs, and test their workflows. According to BMC, Control-M Workbench expands on the Control-M Automation API, which enables developers and engineers to…

Delphi, Transdev to develop self-driving transport service in Europe

Delphi Automotive PLC will partner with Paris-based Transdev Group, a public transport service controlled by the French government, to develop an automated on-demand shuttle service in Europe, the companies said on Wednesday. In a joint statement, Delphi and Transdev said they will test driverless vehicles in Normandy and outside Paris, in advance of building a…

South Korea latest to construct dedicated self-driving car test site

South Korea is building a whole new city, but it’s not for human inhabitants. Instead, it will be home to self-driving cars. The country is currently in the process of constructing a mock city to help facilitate the development of driverless vehicle technology. Local firms Samsung, Hyundai, and Kia have all expressed interest in bringing…

Toyota’s new autonomous test car 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus

Toyota’s Research Institute (TRI) houses some of the automakers most ambitious future-focused projects, and the R&D organization debuted its new second-generation autonomous safety technology research vehicle on Friday. The car debuted at Toyota’s Prius Challenge event in Sonoma, California, which is a Silicon Valley forum designed to bring entrepreneurs, roboticists and more together with TRI.…