Next Step In Driverless Cars: Boot The Driver

Posted on January 10, 2018
Photo via Toyota
Photo via Toyota

Auto and tech companies are racing to get human drivers completely out of their self-driving cars, perhaps as soon as this year.

Numerous companies have been testing small fleets of autonomous vehicles on highways and city streets, yet to date, nearly all of these vehicles have had test drivers or engineers inside, ready to take over should the unexpected happen.

One of the hottest discussion topics at this week's CES conference — formerly called the Consumer Electronics Show — is when companies expect to remove their so-called safety drivers out of their autonomous vehicles.

USA Today article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, innovation, mobile technology, self-driving vehicles, vehicle technology

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