U.S. Government Aims for ‘Talking’ Cars by 2017, Report Says

 

 

Talking Cars

The age of mainstream self-driving cars may still be far off, but if the U.S. government has its way our cars will begin “talking” to one another within the next few years.

In a message posted on the official Department of Transportation (DOT) website on Monday, David Friedman, the acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), outlined a plan to put vehicle-to-vehicle communications in place as an official automobile safety measure in the coming years.

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Adario Strange

Adario Strange has been covering technology since the early days of Web 1.0
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