Australian researchers focus on smartphones in the race to create first driverless car
- Aug 14, 2012 2:19 am
Aussies are testing a car that sends signals to your phone to maneuver the roads, but beyond easing drivers’ responsibility, they hope the cars will change driving culture and increase the number of shared cars.
— Samantha Shankman
Australian scientists say they are developing technology which will enable your smartphone to drive your car.
Researchers say they will be road testing a vehicle which uses a phone’s satellite navigation technology and camera to drive along the street within a year.
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