Sebastian Thrun, the guy who played the most important role in developing Google’s driverless car has provided a series a new details regarding this interesting project that aims towards saving one million lives every year.
These details were offered during Thrun’s speech at this year’s TED Conference, where he said that Google’s autonomous driving technology has been successfully tested for 140,000 miles by Standford University. These tests ranged from navigating desert roads to driving on busy down town streets and journeys on the highways, and besides increasing safety, this driverless car technology is also about reducing traffic jams.
Google’s driverless car can adapt its ‘driving style’ based on what the ‘environment’ requires through a series of sensors and a specific software, and if you check out the video below you will find out that this technology is truly impressive.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Video: Google Driverless Car Detailed

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