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Australia could see driverless cars on the road within five years

April 18, 2016 - Uncategorized



SYDNEY, Australia — South Australia may have gotten a head start with trials in 2015, but New South Wales (NSW) is also committing to a driverless car future. 

Automated cars without drivers could be on NSW roads within five years, the state’s minister for transport, Andrew Constance, predicted at a summit on the future of transport in Sydney Monday. “We’re going to have driverless cars on our streets, in our suburbs,” he told reporters. 

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In his opinion, the South Australian government may have “jumped the gun a little bit” with its initial road tests last year. To support its own rollout of driverless cars, the NSW State Government announced the creation of a Smart Innovation Centre in western Sydney. The facility will host research on the impact of emerging transport and road technology. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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