Uber Fatal Crash Highlights Need for Safety System Independence

by Shiv Patel | 2Q 2018 | IN-5153

In March 2018, an experimental Uber autonomous vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in Arizona. This was the first fatal accident of its kind and it sent shockwaves through the automotive market, resulting in mass speculation about the cause and some companies suspending their autonomous vehicle trials as a precaution.

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