Driverless vehicles take to the tarmac: three examples in Singapore and overseas
Published on May 28, 2014 4:37 PM
Driverless vehicles are inching ever closer to true roadworthiness.
It was reported today that two driverless vehicles will be tested on the tarmac in the third quarter of this year. The two golf buggies, fitted with $30,000 worth of technology, will ply the footpaths of the Chinese and Japanese gardens.
We look at some of the other driverless vehicles which have been launched here and overseas.
1. The Nanyang Technological University was the first to launch a trial for driverless vehicles in Singapore. In August last year, it started road-testing a driverless shuttle in partnership with JTC Corporation and Induct Technologies.
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