Self Driving Cars

New California legislation finally lets companies remove the human element from autonomous vehicle technology, allowing self-driving or completely autonomous vehicles to perform tests on public roads.

States are currently working to balance the transition from modern day traffic safety equipment to necessary technology for autonomous cars. The best approach that many policy makers have found is to integrate IoT devices into traffic equipment like safety cones that will communicate with self-driving cars and still alert human drivers of dangerous road conditions. 

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Self Driving Cars

We all dream of a day when we’ll be able to take a comfortable seat in our car only to type in an address before spending our morning commute leisurely catching up on the news, drinking some coffee, and — most of all — not worrying about traffic.

Technology that seems today like science fiction is approaching more rapidly than you might think.

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Self Driving Cars

As self driving cars gain popularity, one of the biggest questions regulators have to face today is;

“who is at fault in a self driving car accident?”

Currently when an accident occurs, the insurance company of the at-fault driver covers  the property and bodily damages sustained by the victim.

At the moment however, when a computer is driving the vehicle,

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Self Driving Cars

Thanks to the efforts of tech giants like Tesla and Google, the world is on the cusp of a revolution on the road.

As self-driving cars inch closer to reality, they’re popping up on neighborhood streets, making headlines, and generating a lot of legislation.

Until the federal government and industry luminaries can come together to create a unified vocabulary for self-driving cars and establish a universal set of rules and regulations,

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Self Driving Cars

With so many vehicles coming out with at least partially-automated features, many drivers are growing more comfortable with the idea of technology-assisted driving.

After all, it’s easy to see the benefits of technology you make use of everyday.

Cruise control keeps us from speeding; smart sensors and camera parking-assist systems take the fear out of parallel parking,

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Self Driving Cars

Though the automotive industry is notorious for being slow to implement new innovations, the race to a driverless future is evolving at a rapid rate – but this time, it’s tech companies and startups that are making the headlines.

Lots of tech companies are either partnering with automotive manufacturers or developing their own vehicles in the current trend towards autonomous cars,

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Self Driving Cars

Autonomous cars haven’t been a new concept since at least Isaac Asimov, but this year the automotive industry and tech companies seem to have finally hit the throttle on making them reality. The industry is undergoing a shift that is likely to change the face of the marketplace and rewrite the rules of the road.

But are consumers aware of the potential effects of the coming disruption?

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Self Driving Cars

Are you ready to trust computers and connected cars with your life?

That’s the question many consumers and manufacturers are considering now that autonomous vehicle technologies (self parking, emergency braking, lane change detection, etc.) are becoming more widespread.

Five Levels of Autonomy

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When we talk about autonomous vehicles, we aren’t just referring to self-driving cars.

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Safety Glasses

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It’s always a good idea to wear safety glasses on the job in order to protect your eyes, but you need a pair that’s more suited to your personal style.  Safety glasses are great when it comes to protecting your vision.

Almost 1000 eye injuries occur every single day, and 70% of these injuries are caused by falling objects. Read More