Arizona authorities banned Uber further testing of unmanned vehicles

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2018-03-27 11:30:04

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Arizona authorities banned Uber further testing of unmanned vehicles

with collisions unmanned vehicle company Uber on a pedestrian crossing the road in the evening, got quite an expected continuation. We remind you that as a result of the accident, the female pedestrian received fatal injuries and later died in hospital. The official government of Arizona has imposed a ban on further testing of unmanned cars on public roads in the state.

The Governor of Arizona has published the text of a letter addressed to the Director General of Uber Dara Khosrowshahi. In the letter, the Governor described the recent incident as "alarming and frightening". It and is clear: after was published , set in a driverless car, it became clear that neither the car nor the controlling test did nothing to avoid a collision with a pedestrian.

Previously, the representatives of the company Uber has already stated that it has temporarily suspended testing Autonomous cars in the state of Arizona, as well as on the roads of San Francisco, Toronto and Pittsburgh. However, if the authorities of these cities will also vote against this "test drive", Uber will be in an unenviable position. Because learning the autopilot and testing of unmanned systems drive is very important to have access to public roads.

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