Also, there are plenty of studies and statistics to prove that a driverless
car future could make road deaths and serious injuries very rare and almost completely avoidable.
Other topics covered in the interview with AVX include safety sensors, alternative fuels, and how AVX is helping engineers and developers bring driverless
cars to reality through components that offer greater reliability improvements, size reductions and harsh environment performance.
Yes, eventually we're going to see driverless
vehicles on our public roads and highways, but in the meantime, one of the most practical applications for them could be in and around major airports.
9 per cent think driverless
cars will be too expensive to become a reality.
Jaguar Land Rover says driverless
cars will be on our roads within 10 years.
Flux general manager Gerry Bucke said the survey showed the biggest obstacle to driverless
cars is people's love of driving, fear of the unknown and reluctance to give yet more of their lives to computers.
Michigan was the latest state to pass driverless
car legislation in 2013, as that state's leadership began to comprehend the significance of AVs to the auto industry and to maintaining Michigan's leadership role in the auto manufacturing industry.
There is research out which would suggest that actually by 2025, only 10 years out from now, the majority of cars will have driverless
And while driverless
vehicles are still in the early stages of production, 27% of P&C insurers say they are already developing long-term strategies to deal with the evolving technology.
The South Australian government along with ARRB Group, a national independent road research agency, are testing driverless
cars on Adelaide roads in November.
By now it should be obvious to the Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center that it needs to stop investing in driverless
truck convoy technology.
GOOGLE'S purpose-built driverless
cars have been given the green light to drive on public roads for the first time.
Mercedes introduced a driverless
car, the F015 Luxury in Motion, in San Francisco in March.
So the idea of driverless
cars hurtling across the country roads of North Wales, bizarre and far-fetched as it might sound at the outset, is just the kind of development that we might find ourselves accepting as the norm twenty or thirty years from now.
A bill to update Texas law for the age of driverless
cars has stalled due to two serious roadblocks: Google and major car manufacturers.