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Apple, Tesla want changes to California's self-driving car tests

Engadget

Califonia's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will soon review the new set of proposed regulations that could change how testing works in the state. If the proposals are approved, we might see some truly unmanned autonomous vehicles with no steering wheels cruising California's streets. Apple, Tesla and some of the other companies that have permission to test their vehicles in the state want to see more changes to its policy, though, so they sent the DMV letters with their suggestions. In Cupertino's case, it's asking the DMV to require much clearer disengagement reporting. "Disengagements" are what you call instances wherein the human tester had to take control of the vehicle from the self-driving system to prevent accidents.


Walt Disney World plans to deploy driverless shuttles in Florida

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Walt Disney World in Florida appears poised to launch the highest-profile commercial deployment of driverless passenger vehicles to date, testing a fleet of driverless shuttles that could cart passengers through parking lots and around its theme parks.


Machine can 3D print an entire house in 14 hours

Daily Mail

The average single-family home takes roughly seven months to complete, but MIT researchers have developed a cutting-edge system that does the job in less than a day.


Walt Disney World plans to deploy driverless shuttles at Florida theme parks

Los Angeles Times

Walt Disney World in Florida appears poised to launch the highest-profile commercial deployment of driverless passenger vehicles to date, testing a fleet of driverless shuttles that could cart passengers through parking lots and around its theme parks.


Apple,Tesla ask California to change self-driving car rule

Daily Mail

Apple has asked the state of California to make changes in its proposed policies on self-driving cars, the latest sign the technology giant is pursuing driverless car technology.




Apple self-driving test vehicle captured in Silicon Valley

Daily Mail

One of Apple's fleet of self-driving test vehicles has been captured emerging from a Silicon Valley research facility.