The driverless car
TO EMULATE what a human can achieve behind the wheel requires a whole lot of very expensive technology. Not only must the information be received, it must be sorted and identified as well. The human brain isn’t redundant just yet.
1Front cameraCameras installed behind the windscreen determine the position of other road users and recognise whether the user in question is a car, truck, motorcycle or pedestrian. The camera detects road markings, too, enabling it to provide exact information on the vehicle’s position within its own lane.