Self Driven

Navia Self Driving Public Transport

France-based robotics company, Induct has announced “Navia Shuttle” – A 100% electric automated public transport vehicle. Its an automated car. You can summon Navia to you by using your smartphones or call it up from your desktop PC. First ever world’s commercially available self-driven car that can carry 8 passengers and travel at maximum speed of 12.5 mph (20.1 km/h) is simple, safe and environment-friendly mobility solution. This intelligent, electric and driverless vehicle is now available in the U.S.

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Google is using advanced computer science to make driving experience safer and more enjoyable by putting it to autopilot. Fully automated cars used by Google are on the roads at any given time, and have completed more than 300,000 miles of testing. They’ve covered a wide range of traffic, environment and weather conditions, and Google claims that there hasn’t been a single accident under computer control. These automated cars use video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to sense other traffic, as well as detailed maps. For this project, here is what they are trying to achieve further.

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