Google Testing Self-Driving Cars In Austin

Posted: Jul 7 2015, 7:42am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Google Testing Self-Driving Cars in Austin
  • Google testing self-driving cars in Austin, Texas!

The cars by google will have the ability to drive by themselves around the country.

Google has long since been trying to establish a system where the cars are able to drive themselves. The self-driving cars by google come in different shapes and sizes.

Some of the cars are normal cars we see on the roads but they have additional sensors and gears which allow them to be operated through a system rather than physical human interaction.

Some of the google cars are like robot head such as those in California also called as pod cars. The pod cars had long been tested in California, understandably since the Silicon Valley is the hub of Google and all other tech giants.

However the Google cars will now also be tested in Austin, Texas. It seems Google is finally expanding its range of Google cars and who knows it may be the first step towards world domination.

Google officially announced on Tuesday it will be taking its elf-driving cars over to the south and starting from Austin, Texas. Google will be launching or testing the self-driving option in the Lexus SUVs in Austin.

Right now a Lexus SUV has been driving around the street of Austin the North and Northeast are. According to Google the plan to move the cars from California to Austin was plotted to test the cars in different driving conditions and environment. The self-driving cars have been successful in California now it’s time to take them to a new environment.

The move to Austin will see if the software which Google employs to drive the cars is feasible in other landscapes, temperatures and areas such as the South. The testing of the cars will allow Google to learn a lot about the improvements of the software.

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