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Texas Could See Fully Self-Driving Cars on Streets in 2-5 Years

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TWO TO FIVE YEARS IS SEEN AS THE TIMELINE FOR HAVING FULLY SELF DRIVING CARS ON TEXAS ROADS AND STREETS. 

CHRISTOPHER POE OF THE TEXAS A&M TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE WILL TELL THE ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK THAT WE ARE SEEING THE FIRST STEPS TODAY IN THINGS LIKE AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING...BUT THE KEY WILL BE CARS THAT CAN DRIVE THEMSELVES ON ALL ROADS AND IN ALL SITUATIONS

HE SAYS THE GRADUAL ADOPTION OF THE TECHNOLOGY WILL MAKE PEOPLE MORE COMFORTABLE WHEN THEY LOOK INTO THE NEXT LANE ON I-10 AND SEE A CAR DRIVING ITSELF.

 

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