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Humans – the greatest challenge for autonomous vehicles?

Understanding how humans react to, and interact with autonomous vehicles has become a testing issue, writes Freddie Holmes

It’s one thing to develop a self-driving vehicle that is capable of navigating from one destination to another without crashing, but emulating the experience that a conventional passenger has come to expect is a different story.

Aptiv – the recently separated ‘future mobility’ business of Delphi – is investigating how the driving style of autonomous vehicles is viewed not only by those in the cockpit, but by other pedestrians and drivers on the road….

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