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Google and Ford in partnership to build a self-driving cars
The two companies operate Google and Ford on the establishment of a joint venture between the two companies to build a self-driving car via Google technology, this project is a big step for both companies both in the field of self-driving cars.
The information to the Ford Motor Company to announce the partnership with Google during the Consumer Electronics Show CES 2016 to be held in January next year.
And you’ll get the Ford Motor Company on a strong boost in the development of self-driving software through its partnership with Google, the company has worked for years on the development of software for self-leadership, and had revealed this month announced plans to start practical experience within the public streets in the state of California.
Google has in turn 53 vehicle being tested on public roads within the states of California and Texas, and the Google cars to cut off more than 1.3 million miles in the self-driving experiences, and avoid Google through its partnership with Ford spent billions of dollars and wasted several years to build its own expertise in the automotive industry.
Said Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google earlier this year that the company is looking for partners have in the field of automotive manufacturers are using Google self-driving systems, Brin said he believes that such systems could someday prevent about 33 thousand deaths a year on the roads U.S.
Although it did not disclose the exact details of the partnership, but that the information indicates that the partnership project will be legally separate from Ford in order to protect the carmaker from legal liability.
And it describes reports that the agreement will not be exclusively between the two companies, where Google has to communicate with many of the car manufacturers in order to create a partnership between them for the use of the company’s self-driving systems within their cars.
Most of the major automakers and many parts suppliers are developing their own controls with respect to self-leadership, while other companies such as Nissan, Volvo and Mercedes promises about providing advanced launch vehicles from this area by 2020Viewing:-158
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