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Google patent reveals how its self-driving cars may communicate with pedestrians

The Google patent describes using electronic screens mounted on the side of the vehicle — including potentially the roof, hood and rear of vehicle — to tell a pedestrians if it was safe to cross. The displays might show a stop sign, a traffic sign, or just text. The car might react by coming to a complete stop, slowing down and yielding, or maintaining its speed. A speaker on the outside of the vehicle might call out alerts.

Lien : https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2015/11/27/google-patent-reveals-how-its-self-driving-cars-may-communicate-with-pedestrians/?tid=sm_tw
Rubrique : Veille
Adresse simplifiée : http://www.predim.org/spip.php?article5747
Publié le : 27-11-2015
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