The driverless revolution has already begun. The idea of driverless cars has quickly gone from sci-fi dream to impending reality.
All major automakers are already testing autonomous drive cars. Tesla Motors is planning to include limited driver-assist functions in a software update this summer, the same time Google plans to unleash its prototype pod-like vehicle on public. Google’s fleet of automated cars have already amassed more than 1.7 million miles on the road – while experiencing a mere dozen accidents.
Experts believe that autonomous vehicles will become the norm within the next ten years. What was once a space age innovation has become a very real way to mitigate many of the problems associated with traditional automotive driving.
Find out 6 of the biggest issues that driverless cars need to overcome.
6 Problems driverless cars will need to overcome [Infographic] by the team at Click Mechanic