¿Por un coches auto-conducción?
Self-driven cars imagine if everyone could move easily and safely, independently without drive.
The Google self-driving vehicles are designed to safely navigate the streets of the city.
They have sensors designed to detect objects as far as two football fields away in all directions, including pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles. The software processes all the information to help the car to move safely on the road.
Navigating city streets
Where I am?
The car processes both map and sensor information to determine where it is in the world. Your car knows what is on the street and in which lane located.
What surrounds me?
The sensors help detect objects around us. The software sorts objects according to their size, shape and pattern of movement. a cyclist and a pedestrian is detected in this case.
What will happen next?
The software predicts what all the objects that surround us can do next. It is predicted that the cyclist will ride for pedestrians and cross the street.
What should I do?
So, the program chooses a safe speed and trajectory for the car. Our car pulls away from cyclist, coming up next, It slows down to give way to pedestrians.
The fleet testing Google includes both modified Lexus SUV and new prototype vehicles that are designed from the start to be completely self-driving. There are drivers safety on board all vehicles for now. We hope to learn how the community perceives and interacts with us, and the discovery of situations that are unique to a totally self-driving car.
Google has been working on projects since 2009, but the dream of self-driving car is much older.
It started already at the fair 1939 New York World, where visitors a glimpse of automated highways were presented. In the mid-decade 2000, Projects Agency Defense Advanced Research (DARPA) organized the great challenges were teams gathered to compete with self-driving vehicles. In 2009, Google started the project of self-driving car, including team members who had already spent years technology.