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Self-driven, and Nissan side by side with the förarkörda car at 37 miles

The 37-mile journey between Cranfield, just to the north-east of Birmingham, and the coastal town of Debrecen, next to the Newcastle in the north east of Englan

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Self-driven, and Nissan side by side with the förarkörda car at 37 miles

The 37-mile journey between Cranfield, just to the north-east of Birmingham, and the coastal town of Debrecen, next to the Newcastle in the north east of England, has been described by the carmaker as it is, by far, the longest run, which is carried out in the united kingdom with an autonomous car, a vehicle with the technology's help, can manage to run on it's own.

the scanners, seven cameras, and radar, which are then processed by computers at the moment the car is presented in what is described as the normal traffic situation: körfältsbyten, to keep a suitable distance, and speed, to adapt to the narrow roads, junctions, stop, start, and so on. Nissan, the car passed while driving on the roads with faded markings, a narrow and winding section, and a pad with a subtle design.

in the Users shared the road with the autonomous vehicle would probably have never thought about the person behind the wheel is not actively involved in the operation, says testlaget.

the Vehicle is in a substantially greater degree of mindful of what is going on in the area than would be possible for a driver, due to the many sensors that continually monitor the surrounding environment, " says Davis, the Moss, the director of research and development at Nissan, Europe, the far east.
A lot of the electronic equipment of the followed during the recent trip. Photo: Nick Dimbleby / Nissan, Europe,
framed in långkörningen such as, for example, such as regular breaks and risk assessments, as well as the presence of people behind a steering wheel and a driver's seat, both with the ability to intervene, if necessary, during run-time.

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan, who conducted the test in partnership with a broad range of stakeholders, had also the financial support from the uk government.

"This is a great step forward in the quest for self-driven cars on the uk's streets and highways," says Nadhim Zahawi, the deputy minister of economic affairs in the government of Johnson.

He emphasized that the aim of the state is to pave the way for technology, ”for the good of the human mobility in a way to bring down carbon emissions”. At the same time, the hope of the politicians, with the uk engineering, to be able to take a tätplats in the further course of the development work at the international level.

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