Autonomous Vehicles Era happens that Honda test also approve self driving cars

Autonomous Vehicles Era happens that Honda test also approve self driving cars -

More and more car manufacturers are getting from the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to test their systems on states' highway. Honda has recently joined the list published in the DMV website. The company has its own vehicle test center in Concord, California, which is just outside of San Francisco. His self driving car prototype, Acura RLX, was hacked for all sensors and computing power an autonomous car should have. The prototype was displayed to the public last year and since then; Honda kept a low profile.

Other car manufacturers are allowed to test their self driving cars in California includes Volkswagen Group of America, Mercedes Benz, Google, Delphi Automotive, Tesla Motors, Bosch, Nissan, BMW Cruise Automation. Other states like Nevada, Michigan and Florida have also allowed to use their roads as a testing ground for self-driving cars.

In separate news, ten automotive manufacturers such as Audi, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo had promised that they will implement their new cars with systems automatic braking using the sensors on the vehicle to apply the brake driver there is a risk of collision. The news was announced by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Auto Safety (IIAS). However, there is no dateline specified for full integration.

IIAS and NHTSA also said they were open to the possibility of requiring automatic braking systems on new cars in the future.

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