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Latest Google driverless car Stories

Uber Returns the Favor, Buys 2,500 Google Driverless Cars
2013-08-26 19:36:37

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online Transportation company Uber announced today they plan to buy 2,500 of Google’s automated cars from the search engine giant. Moreover, Uber also plans to give transportation data to Google to help them improve their routing algorithms. The official news comes after a week of speculation about Google’s interest in Uber. It was discovered late last week that Google invested  $250 million in Uber in July. News also broke last week...

2013-04-10 12:20:54

Toyota, Consumer Reports and Google Receive Safety Awards NEW YORK, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dedicated to bringing automobile manufacturers, public and private organizations, and the media together to share information and discuss ways to make vehicles and roadways safer for drivers and pedestrians, the World Traffic Safety Symposium announced the 2013 Traffic Safety Achievement Awards last week at the New York International Auto Show. The Honorable David L. Strickland,...

2012-09-25 14:20:07

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The driverless car law signed today by Gov. Jerry Brown at a ceremony at Google's headquarters in Mountain View poses threats to Californians' safety and privacy, Consumer Watchdog said. SB 1298 directs the Department of Motor Vehicles to write regulations covering robot cars by January 2015, but the Legislature didn't require Google to come back for final approval before the driverless cars go from testing stage to...

Latest Google driverless car Reference Libraries

Autonomous Car
2014-04-10 00:00:00

An autonomous car is a vehicle that is able to move without a driver. Theses vehicles are classified as a self-driving car or a robotic car capable of transporting passengers without the aid of a human driver. Instead of human input, these vehicles use sensors like radar, lidar, GPS and computers to navigate. These systems sense the surroundings, determine obstacles within their path, use maps to determine a route to take. They also keep track of the position the vehicle is and can...

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