Self-Driving Cars Will Navigate the U.S.-Canada Border

Automotive suppliers, Magna and Continental will soon test driverless vehicles traveling the border between the U.S. and Canada. Both companies will be experimenting with two self-driving cars. They will start their journeys in Michigan and ride all the way to Sarnia, located in Ontario. The vehicles will remain in full control for the entire route, using cameras, radar and Lidar to take over whenever possible. Although there will be human drivers on board, in case of emergency.

Successful completion of this drive will open doors to create a new framework of rules set up for the self-driving data collection and broaden the horizons.

 

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