A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters
A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters

Autonomous driving

Autonomous car industry gets a nudge on standards and transparency

  • The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is unveiling an initiative for a nascent industry that seeks to transform how people drive
  • The agency aims to build a website to show the public where autonomous car tests are being held and learn details about how these are conducted

Topic |   Autonomous driving
A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters
A Waymo self-driving vehicle is parked outside Google parent Alphabet’s offices in Chandler, Arizona, where tests were being conducted in March of 2018. Photo: Reuters
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