Sunday, 16 June 2013

Robots take a pounding for Ford test drivers

Self-driving cars seem like they’ll be on our roads any day now, but what about self-testing cars that can drive themselves around insanely destructive tracks? Engineers at Ford’s Michigan Proving Grounds in Romeo, Michigan, say that they've come up with the industry’s first robotic test system designed to drive trucks and vans over roads that are intended to put a decade of wear on a van in ten minutes... Continue Reading Robots take a pounding for Ford test drivers

Section: Automotive

Tags: Autonomous Vehicles, Ford, Robotic, Robots, Safety, Self-Driving

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