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Waymo begins re-testing driverless cars in San Francisco

via:博客园     time:2018/1/13 17:03:37     readed:47

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January 13, according to foreign media reports, Waymo will be the latest automatic driving technology to the streets of San Francisco. It is learned that someone has photographed the Chrysler Pacifica Car used to test photos. Waymo also confirmed and brought the driverless car back to where the company started the test.

A spokesman for Waymo described the latest generation of driverless test vehicles. "San Francisco is one of the first cities we tested for autonomous vehicles, earliest dating back to 2009. Now that we have tested the world's first fully autonomous cars in Arizona, the foggy weather in San Francisco has also helped to make our car more tested in different terrain and environments. & rdquo;

Waymo is currently one of the most automated companies in auto-driving testing. At present, the Google-owned autopilot technology company has been tested in 24 cities throughout the country. The goal is to enable the autopilot fleet to operate under various road and weather conditions, Into the local traffic environment, to adapt to the differences between human pilots.

In San Francisco, autopilot vehicles face a foggy environment with steep roads and dense traffic peaks, including a large number of bicycles, motorcycles and pedestrians.

Last year, Waymo revealed that the test fleet in Arizona has completed an unmanned test that safely drives without a driver. Waymo also set up a self-driving service at Chandler, Ariz., And test programs are currently underway at the pilot.

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