- Date: 06/08/2022
With the advance of self-driving technology have come widespread myths about autonomous driving. Audi has responded to some of those…
Now, thanks to a radio traffic technology installed by Gainesville’s Regional Transit System along the shuttle’s route, the autonomous vehicle is relieved of one former liability: identifying when the light changes on the road’s traffic lights.
According to the city’s traffic operations manager, Emmanuel Posadas, the shuttle originally relied on “computer vision,” a technology that relies on visual inputs, to make traffic choices such as deciding to stop.
Now, the shuttle receives a signal from the light, as well.
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