Autonomous driving

Autonomous driving is enabled by the use of advanced technologies such as sensors, cameras, radar, GPS and artificial intelligence. These technologies enable the vehicle to perceive its environment, make decisions based on this perception, and execute these decisions without human intervention.

There are different levels of autonomous driving, defined by the amount of human intervention required. Level 0 refers to a conventional, manually controlled vehicle, while Level 5 represents full autonomy, where the vehicle can perform all driving tasks without human intervention.

Autonomous driving has the potential to revolutionize transportation, reduce traffic accidents, improve traffic flow, and facilitate access to mobility for people who cannot drive themselves, such as the elderly or disabled. However, there are also concerns about the safety and ethical aspects of autonomous vehicles and the potential impact on driver employment in the transportation industry.