For standalone Google must be stopped manually to prevent accidents

For standalone Google must be stopped manually to prevent accidents -

Google has proposed to remove the steering wheel, brakes or the driver for its autonomous car. This can be achieved if autonomous cars Google, AOS can handle the situations that occur and not covered in their software. Currently, if there are scenarios occur and unsupported in a software as autonomous AOS, the driver is able to take control of the car manually.

It is reported that Google's drivers resumed their self-driving cars to avoid accidents on the roads California, AOS 13 times from September 2015 in November 2015. However, with the ratio of evidence Instead, privacy project director John Simpson, asked how Google could offer a car without a steering wheel, brakes or driver.

for 15 months of testing on public roads California, AOS, Google operated his car in standalone mode for 424.331 miles or 682.895 kilometers. During this period, there were 272 cases in which cars detected malfunction in itself and alerted the driver to take control of it. There were 69 additional cases so that the pilot took control of the car because they felt that the situations encountered could lead to potential accidents. 13 cases were supported by computer simulations and proved so if the driver has not taken the car, there would have been an accident.

For comparison, Tesla did not encounter situations where the driver needs to take control of its autonomous car. Nissan needed his pilot to intervene 106 times in 1485 miles of tests to not be completed back after too rapid braking or crashing after a slow braking. Mercedes Benz needed his pilot to take control of cars at least 1051 times in 1739 59 miles that it was initiated by the pilots as they were comfortable with the system behavior.

Delphi said its pilots had intervened 405 times in 16,662 miles, with 28 of them is precautionary because there were pedestrians and bicyclists near them and 212 was because the car had difficulties in identifying road markings or traffic lights. Volkswagen drivers intervened 260 times in 14945 miles and drivers Bosch intervened 625 times in 935 miles that planned tests.

John Krafcik, Google, AOS new president of the self driving car project named said that humans can intervene could actually make a probable accident. He also said that the car had to bear the entire burden to the Auto Show in Detroit. However, he also said that Google plans AOS would be influenced by automakers like Google will associate more and more.

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