Texas A&M Joins the Driverless Car FrenzyOctober 20, 2016 | in Defensive Driving Online, news
As early as winter 2017, students at Texas A&M hope to produce a driverless car. A group of 10 students are working hard to create a driverless car that can better detect pedestrians on a crowded college campus and improve on the safety aspects of driverless cars.
Currently, students are working with a small model, but eventually hope the driverless car can drive safely around Texas A&M campus.
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