Google self-driving car

Charles Babbage get concept to make a machine that automatic computing engine. He may be not thought that everything can be access through computer technology. From 1822 to till now there are lot of new invention and technology are introduced and used by the masses. Google self-driving car is most genius invention among all of them. It made possible by… a search engine company, Google.

The Google driverless car is power-driven by artificial intelligence that utilizes the input from the video cameras inside the car, a sensor on the vehicle’s top, and some radar and position sensors attached to different positions of the car. Sounds like an assortment of effort to imitate the human intelligence in a car, but so far the system has successfully driven 1609 kilometers without human commands! Cars use their sensors and software to sense objects like pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles and more, and are designed to safely drive around them.

What’s in a self-driving car?

Google self-driving car, it depends on their sensors and software to drive them.  The vehicles that take you where you want to go by just the press on a button. It started by adding components to existing cars like Lexus SUVs, then began designing a new prototype from the ground up to better explore what should go into a fully self-driving vehicle. Google modify the steering wheel and pedals, instead designed a prototype that lets the software and sensors, which handle the driving.

Where I am? The car processes both map and sensor information to find out where it is in the world. Our car knows what street it’s on and which track it’s in.

 

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