The company says the state has "excellent snowy conditions" for testing.
The partnership is called PAVE. Waymo, Intel and AAA are in it, too.
People have been sabotaging Waymo test vehicles and endangering their safety drivers' safety.
Services, test areas, fleet sizes at a glance
Recouping its $1 billion investment, one $7 ride at a time.
It'll launch in suburban Phoenix using Early Rider members.
It's an expansion of driverless tests company has been doing in Arizona.
Possible partnerships with Waymo and Ford.
Part of its responsibility is educating first responders.
Here's what's planned for the next 10 million
It's the first facility — or major investment — of its kind for the automaker.
Quiet on the car front, cash-flush — and the market's ripe for disruption
Waymo also expands partnerships with AutoNation and Avis Budget.
Love the idea or not, self-driving commercial service begins this year.
Jamie Waydo will reportedly join Titan, but that's all we know.
Partnership might sell autonomous Chrysler Pacificas to the public.
A self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivan operated by Waymo, the autonomy subsidiary of Alphabet/Google, was involved in a two-car accident Friday afternoon in Chandler, Ariz. First reports indicate the autonomous vehicle was not at fault in the crash — not the "violator vehicle," according to ABC 15 News. This may be Waymo's first accident in its Arizona test program.
The U.S. military has a long history of pushing technological innovations that eventually become mainstream, like the GPS navigation systems in your phone or car, the Jeep and the Internet. We might eventually add self-driving cars to that list, only with a twist on the time-honored model.
Waymo's CEO John Krafcik made an announcement ahead of the New York Auto Show, unveiling what the company calls, "The Next Step in Self-Driving." That next step is a sixth autonomous vehicle from Waymo, an electric Jaguar I-Pace, that will go into service later this year.
The head of Alphabet Inc's autonomous driving unit, Waymo, said on Saturday that the company's technology would have safely handled the situation confronting an Uber self-driving vehicle last week when it struck a pedestrian, killing her.