Even the best drivers have lapses in attention and it’s my contention that Copilot is technology every driver needs when they’re least aware they need it most, and this has little to do with experience and tenure.
In this episode, Leslie and Pete talk to Robbie Miller, Chief Safety Officer at Pronto.
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…This is one of many reasons why Chris, Pronto’s safety driver, says he prefers using Copilot whenever possible on the road. “I feel safer,” he says…
Pronto AI is taking a more gradual approach to developing autonomous driving features instead of pushing for “fully” automated vehicles.
Pronto invited Fleet Owner to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco for an exclusive look at the Level 2 automated technology that controls braking, throttling and steering.
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Anthony Levandowski is a pioneer of autonomous vehicle systems. He developed a self-driving motorcycle in 2004, joined Google’s driverless car team early on and left to help start Otto when he decided trucking was a better place for the technology to develop….
Pronto.AI will roll out its Copilot system in “early 2019”, Mr Levandowski said. A video demonstrating the start-up’s technology in a modified Toyota passenger car claimed to show the vehicle completing a 3,099-mile coast-to-coast drive across the US without any human interventions or “disengagements” by a safety driver.
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