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The Car Hacker’s Handbook A Guide for the Penetration Tester is a book about how to interface with cars to read from onboard systems, spoof devices, and control the vehicle on your own. I enjoyed this book, it is easily the best book I found on learning how to use a CAN bus.

by   -   July 7, 2011

The EU’s HAVEit (Highly Automated Vehicles for Intelligent Transport) consortium, celebrated the final event of their multi-year research project by displaying driverless cars and trucks.
VW and Volvo demoed driverless cars and trucks and compared their systems to Google’s driverless car (which last fall drove 140,000 driverless miles on California highways).
In support of all these developments, Nevada passed a new law enabling driverless cars in that state.

by   -   October 31, 2010

The only accident was when one Google car was rear-ended while stopped at a traffic light.
The cars used LIDAR, a video camera, four standard automotive radar sensors and a position estimating sensor along with Google AI software.
The Google project was the brainchild of Sebastian Thrun, director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, a Google engineer, and the co-inventor of the Street View mapping service who said that deployment of the technology is more than eight years away.
Detailed stories by the NY Times.
UPDATE 10/31/10:
U of Parma VisionLab’s driverless electric van completes 8,000 mile trip from Italy to the World Expo in Shanghai. The van detects lanes, pedestrians, and other vehicles; estimates slope terrain; as well as plans trajectory, actuation, and control.



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