Uber says it’s ready to get the self-driving car and running again, after seven months later the company testing self-driving car in Arizona.
The company recently released a new safety report from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and its permit for testing self-driving vehicles on public roads in Pennsylvania.
According to the Uber details, there are changes their safety reports that probably crash in March. Also, the company says this time two human operators in each self-driving vehicle, one person sits behind the wheel and another one monitor side.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote a blog post, “we are deeply remorseful for the crash in Tempe, Arizona that happening in March.” “In the months we have recognized top-to-bottom review of ATG’s safety and system development and culture.”
Also, “we have taken a deliberate, and approach to return on-road testing, starting testing with manual driving Pittsburgh. We dedicated to providing safety report before returning on-road testing in self-driving mode, and the other hand will go back to the road when we’ve enforced improved processes.”
If Uber is winning to approval then it will be the first time the company capable to do its self-driving cars testing on public roads since in March. The company already got approval for vehicles testing on the road in Pittsburgh as a manual mode, and they’re driven just like any other car.
The Investigator said, the car system didn’t warn to the driver on the pedestrian in the road, though its sensors had detected her. Also, the car didn’t slow down after the women was detected. Who was assumed to monitoring the road, and the crashing time found watching Hulu.
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