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7 Lessons From Cadillac's Partial Self-Driving Car

Posted on November 20, 2017
The driver attention system uses a small camera located on the top of the steering column and works with infrared lights to determine where the driver is looking whenever Super Cruise is in operation.
The driver attention system uses a small camera located on the top of the steering column and works with infrared lights to determine where the driver is looking whenever Super Cruise is in operation.

The 2018 Cadillac CT6 doesn't quite drive itself, but it comes closer than you can imagine. Over the course of 2,300 miles in a recent drive from Detroit to New Orleans and back, Super Cruise showed it’s a major step toward fully autonomous vehicles that require no human intervention. Its radars, cameras, and electronically controlled brakes, acceleration, and steering allowed the 2018 Cadillac CT6 luxury sedan to virtually drive itself for nearly 90% of the trip.

USA Today article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, Cadillac, Cadillac CT6, driverless cars, self-driving vehicles, vehicle technology

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