First driverless car in real city traffic

Remember our in story in April about how fully autonomous self-driving cars are not so far away? Now a team of researchers at the TU Braunschweig has realized automatic driving in real city traffic. “Leonie” is a VW Passat station wagon and can autonomously detect traffic lights, junctions including the rights of way, naturally other cars, cyclists and pedestrians. View the video (golem.de, in german).

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