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Stop Google self-driving car by a police officer
The policeman from California yesterday to stop a vehicle belonging to the project Google self-driving because of the slow speed of an unusually, and the policeman was surprised when he found that the accused, but what is a computer.
The car was stopped on a project model of self-leadership to Google walkable quickly because of 24 mph in less speed in a 35 mph zone and near the private company Google headquarters in Mountain View, California.
The officer stopped the company in Mountain View, the car to talk to the operator of the car he was driving about less than allowed on such roads quickly and that he is obstructing traffic by traffic law in the state of California.
Did not Google car violating any laws which do not allow cars Google self-driving traffic greater than 25 miles quickly in time within the regulations the definition of electric vehicles law within your California traffic law, the same law that prevents the Google vehicles from driving faster than 35 mph The time within the roads.
The member of the Google team for the project self-driving cars, “We are proud to say that we have never said we were fined after cutting 1.2 million miles of self-control command which is equivalent to 90 years of human experience in leadership.”
The Google cars since the beginning of the initiative in 2009 to cut off distance of up to 1,268,108 miles in the status of self-control, where the software leadership, and is currently a medium walk up to a distance of more than 10,000 miles per week within public places.
It was self-driving technology is designed to deal with actions that can not be predicted by humans and wildlife, where sensors can detect vehicles within the animals, even at night and on the side of the road.
During the six years that make up the life of the project involved Google’s self-driving cars, including a total of 16 minor accident, through more than 2 million miles from independent and manual command march, it was not self-driving cars responsible for any of these incidents.Viewing:-97
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