How long will a self-driving cars to the streets?

May

16

2016

Witnessing the development of leadership Resume cars long – awaited these days particularly rapid, with the increase in the pace of the automotive industry and suppliers companies advertising.

Last week, Fiat car company Chrysler entered into an agreement with Google Inc. whereby the latter supplying a hundred cars from model Chrysler Pacificas to be used in the preparation of a fleet of self-driving cars.

Says General Motors Corp. that it will now begin testing a number of electric cars Chevrolet Bolt modified to be used as taxis self-driving in cooperation with the Plug “Lift” Lyft company.

While analysts expect big things from shifting technology, with estimates of the Boston Consulting Group that a self-driving cars make up a quarter of global sales of cars by the year 2035, but that consumers are still not enthusiastic about giving up the wheel.

In spite of the gradual acceptance of the features semi-self-cars such as Adaptive Cruise Control and automatic stop when the front collision, finally found a survey that 75% of consumers do not believe they Siqtnon Resume car driving.

The experts confirm that it should be tested a self-driving cars in the real world conditions for several decades before the automakers are able to convince consumers that it is safe or safer than human leadership in the prevention of accidents and deaths.

In addition, there are many things that are an impediment to the adoption of these cars, including the poor state of the party, and bad weather, and psychological factors for the drivers, as well as roads filled with pedestrians, cyclists and animals, which adds another layer of unpredictability .

Google says its fleet of 55 vehicles tested to nearly 2.09 million kilometers on public roads between 2009 and 2015, which resulted in all 11 incidents collision resulted in the two cases without causing any deaths.

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