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      10-26-2020, 12:18 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Soterios View Post
Just like the electrification of cars, it's the future.

The better cars get at seeing each other and the more cars that have better vision, the more quickly this will be normalized.

Tesla is obviously the vanguard here, but the other big names will eventually follow. We're probably 10-15 years out from significantly widespread implementation, but it's coming.
A few wrongful death suits and the whole issue will be put to bed. The personal injury lawyers are drooling for the day autonomous driving gets here.

Cars seeing other cars is a far too simplistic view of the implementation. Sensors and software are fault prone. The objective is to not place two vehicles at the same place at the same time. The best way to accomplish that is to have all vehicles paths preprogrammed to avoid vehicle interaction and have contingency planning in case of errors.
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