autonomous driving technology

Cybersecurity and Hacking Concerns for Today’s Cars and Tomorrow’s Driverless Vehicles

Many cars already have numerous driverless features—say self-park, for example—that are designed to make driving less stressful and reduce the chance of collision. Experts agree that truly driverless cars are not just a dream anymore, but a reality that’s perhaps not very far in the future. But, driverless cars pose…

Drivers Are Not too Keen on Fully-Autonomous Cars, Survey Shows

Although there seems to be a consensus in the automotive world that autonomous cars are a safer, more efficient, and greener alternative to conventional vehicles, the general public in the United States seems to be wary about the prospect of having to relinquish complete control over driving and give themselves…

Google’s Self-Driving Pods Set to Be Tested on Public Roads

Google has been testing its second self-driving car prototype on enclosed roads for about a year now, which now seems to be ready to hit public roads and interact with other vehicles. The tech giant has announced that its fleet of autonomous electric cars will be deployed on public streets…

Driverless Cars Might Reduce New Car Sales in the U.S. by 40%, Analyst Says

Driverless cars will certainly help reduce traffic congestion and improve traffic safety, but they are also set to have a huge impact on the entire auto industry, with many industry observers expecting them to redefine car ownership as we know it. One of the effects autonomous driving technology is expected…

What Does it Feel Like Inside a Self Driving Car?

The autonomous car is a recurring theme in many big screen blockbusters. You would be forgiven for thinking it is something that belongs in a science fiction film, something that might be possible in the future. However, they will be a reality far sooner than that. In 2014, Google held…

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