Testing Driverless Vehicles: Proving Grounds, Public Roads, or Simulation and Modeling?

3Q 2014 | IN-1020238
Car OEMs continue the tradition of using test tracks to assess prototype vehicles, but testing autonomous vehicles requires more sophisticated facilities such as proving grounds. With Google and others having no access to testing grounds and public road testing being either not allowed or too dangerous, it makes sense for them to start looking at modeling and simulation.

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