Uber ATG Collaborates with Edge Case Research to Advance Self-Driving Vehicle Safety

Autonomous mobility relies on cutting edge engineering and artificial intelligence to drive safely. Less than twenty years ago, many self-driving vehicles could travel no faster than a walking pace. Fast forward to today, and you’ll find self-driving developers like Uber ATG working hand in hand with organizations like Edge Case Research to co-develop safety practices that enable test platforms to comfortably navigate streets without human intervention. However, even with this progress, a great deal of work still lies ahead for the industry. 

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