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May 21, 2024

On May 21, Scania announced that it has begun sales of its autonomous mining trucks, aiming to enhance safety, efficiency, and sustainability in mining operations. Orders can now be placed for Scania’s 40-tonne autonomous heavy tipper, with a 50-tonne model coming soon. Initially, sales will start in Australia with operations beginning in 2026, followed by potential expansion to Latin America.

Scania’s smaller, civil-class trucks offer advantages over traditional heavy haulage trucks, including lower emissions and increased productivity. These trucks can reduce the overall mining footprint, decreasing energy and infrastructure needs, which may lower capital and operating expenses. Scania’s autonomous trucks are compatible with existing mining setups, integrating smoothly with other systems and vehicles.

Over the past decade, Scania has heavily invested in self-driving technology, developing solutions for both highway and confined area transport. The autonomous tipper truck was developed in collaboration with the mining industry, and tested extensively under harsh conditions.

Based on Scania press release

May 21, 2024

On May 20, Volvo Autonomous Solutions (V.A.S.) unveiled Volvo's first-ever production-ready autonomous truck, Volvo VNL Autonomous, at the ACT Expo in Las Vegas, USA. The vehicle comes with autonomous driving technology from Aurora Innovation, a self-driving vehicle technology company. The vehicle will be assembled at Volvo's flagship New River Valley (NRV) plant in Dublin, Virginia.

The vehicle features the Aurora Driver, an SAE L4 autonomous driving system, equipped with advanced AI software, dual computers, high-resolution cameras, imaging radar, proprietary LiDAR with detection capabilities beyond 400 meters, and additional sensors for safe navigation.

The vehicle also features redundant steering, braking, communication, computation, power management, energy storage, and vehicle motion management systems, to mitigate potential emergency situations.

Based on Volvo Autonomous Solutions press release

May 20, 2024

On May 17, Polestar received a deficiency notice from The Nasdaq Stock Market, LLC for not filing its Annual Report on Form 20-F for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2023, confirming that it is not in compliance with Nasdaq Listing Rule 5250(c)(1).

The notice will not have an immediate affect on the Company's listing on Nasdaq. Polestar has 60 days from the notice date to submit a compliance plan to Nasdaq. If Nasdaq approves the plan, the Company could have up to an additional 180 days to resolve the issues, until November 11, 2024.

Additionally, Polestar has received permission to request a waiver from its lenders under its USD 950 million three-year loan facility to delay filing its Annual Report on Form 20-F, as required by Nasdaq. The company is working to file its Annual Report on Form 20-F and share its preliminary unaudited financial and operational results for the first quarter of 2024 as soon as possible.

Based on Polestar press release