Volvo could begin testing autonomous vehicles in the US in a few years. The experiments would follow similar trials in Sweden and China. It's all part of the automaker's big bet on driverless tech.
Volvo Drive Me Project
- Pete Bigelow
- Oct 9, 2015
Volvo has an easy answer for all the hand-wringing about whose responsible when self-driving cars crash.
- Jeffrey N. Ross
- Dec 6, 2013
Autonomous vehicles are increasingly being tested on public roads around the globe, including Nissan in Japan and Google here in the US, and now Volvo is preparing to test its own self-driving cars on the streets of Sweden. In conjunction with the state government, Volvo's Drive Me project kicks off next year, starting with the development of customer research and infrastructure technology before setting 100 self-driving cars loose on the streets of Gothenburg in 2017.
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