Know the Science behind the wheels of Autonomous Cars

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Autonomous Cars are basically known as driverless cars which sense the environment and analyse between different cars and obstacles before reaching its predicted destinations. The concept of autonomous cars came into existence in 1920’s when yet the manual cars were out of reach from peoples in many developing countries. 

But now in 2017, we can see the future world. We can guess that hardly in next 10 years the technology will dominate peoples and specially Self-driving vehicles could be ubiquitous. Self-driving cars are no longer a futuristic idea. Companies like Mercedes, BMW, and Tesla have already released, or are soon to release, self-driving features that give the car some ability to drive itself.

Here’s an infographic created by Get off Road describing some important facts and statistics about autonomous cars. You will find some valuable data described in an informative way to guide you on various aspects of self-driven cars.  Find out what is the grand DARPA Challenge? Or understand how Sebastian Tharun and Anthony Levandowskiinvented GoogleX product named as “Pribot”. Pribot was the first autonomous car of its kind which passed the driving tests on public roads and led google to form a dedicated company towards the preparation of self-driven cars called as ‘Waymo” in 2016. Interested in getting the full report? Well here’s an infographic “The growth of Autonomous Car Market” to read on

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