Driverless Rides on Cruise
First-hand Experience on the Progress of the Robotaxi
- Driving in The Operational Design Domain (ODD) - Chaotic and Complex San Francisco
- Pickup and Drop-off Experience
- HMI & Others
About This Report
|Email from Cruise Automation - Cruise Rider Community Acceptance (Source: Matthew Linder)|
This report was written by VSI Labs (VSI) for MarkLines' portal users. VSI is a technology research company that provides industry with deep insight and analysis on the enabling technologies used for active safety and automated driving.
Matthew Linder, VSI Labs Head of Engineering, visited San Francisco and had the opportunity to experience Cruise Automation’s driverless cruise cars on the weekend of July 22-23, his first since he was admitted to join the Cruise Rider Community program in May. This Tech Brief is a short and casual first person impression on the rides he experienced in the neighborhoods of San Francisco downtown.
Material from: Matthew Linder, [Technology Brief] Driverless Rides on Cruise: First-hand Experience on the Progress of the Robotaxi [July 28, 2022] [the websites of VSI Labs AUTONOMOUS SOLUTIONS PORTAL] reproduced with permission of VSI Labs.
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