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    •  What is driverless car?  Technologies.  DARPA grand challenge 2007
    •  Een voertuig dat zonder bestuurder van A naar B kan rijden.
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    •  Sensors employed in driverless cars are called Mobileye N.V.  Mobileye offers a wide range of driver safety solutions combining artificial vision image processing, multiple technological applications and information technology
    •  The ability to plot a route from where the vehicle is to where the user wants to be has been available for several years.  The more sophisticated systems also receive radio updates on road blockages, and adapt accordingly
    •  is a term used in robotics for the process of detailing a task into discrete motions.  It should execute this task while avoiding objects like other cars.
    •  As automotive technology matures, more and more functions of the underlying engine, gearbox etc. are no longer directly controlled by the driver by mechanical means.  It is controlled via a computer, which receives instructions from the driver as inputs and delivers the desired effect by means of electronic throttle control.  Therefore, the technology for a computer to control all aspects of a vehicle is well understood.
    •  Saving lives on the battlefield (by sending unmanned vehicles).  Minimize the probability of accidents in cities.
    •  The course involved a 96 km to be completed in less than 6 hours  Rules included obeying all traffic regulations while negotiating with other traffic and obstacles and merging into traffic.
    • http://www.slideshare.net/gueste2f4593/driverless-cars MOSTAFA HUSSIEN http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Hands-free_Driving.jpg