Not All Owners Will Like Their Self-Driving Car Experience
One of the concerns of fully self-driving vehicles is that they will be so careful in following the rules of the road that it will take the joy out of the experience and will take you longer to get from point A to point B. So much so to the point of being more of an annoyance than a cool ride into the future.
However, what if autonomous cars can break at least some of those rules?
That was the questioned recently posited in a new episode of the Engineering Explained YouTube channel where the host meets with experts in the field of designing autonomous systems for cars and finds out where we are today and how those rules can be broken just enough to keep lawmakers, safety experts and the public happy.
Follow along with the host as he does a show and tell of how a motorized autonomous Robotaxi is designed to handle the busy streets of on Jerusalem. In the video you will learn that “…the backbone of autonomous cars, which comes down to three segments: hardware, mapping data, and driving policy” with a breakdown to fully understand how autonomous vehicles are being designed to navigate in heavy traffic
From this you will discover what it will very likely take to be the first automaker to be allowed full FSD certification; how autonomous systems are becoming smarter (i.e., safer) than human drivers; and, whether these vehicles can safely break the rules of the road…as we often do.
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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.
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