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Apple, Google Self-Driving Car Projects Impress Daimler CEO

Dieter Zetsche, chairman of the board for Daimler AG and head of Mercedes-Benz, came back from a recent visit to Silicon Valley with the impression that Google and Apple are farther along with their automotive projects than he had assumed.

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User Rank: Apprentice
7/27/2016 | 2:14:00 AM
Re: Self-drive cars
Being pioneers at the tech industry, they are obviously expected to have reached a greater height. However, progress is not always consistent with one another if competitors were to be put in comparison. There are issues circling their individual situations like finances, manpower, and so on.
User Rank: Apprentice
5/30/2016 | 8:48:29 AM
Self-drive cars
Self drive cars will be installed with safety features as well as a lot of sensors that will be helpful for getting the information and do use it in a proper way to overcome the fear. There are so many new technologies will be on board. The proper the tech features the safe you will be on road.

User Rank: Ninja
1/26/2016 | 4:45:15 PM
autonmous cars a serious business field
I'm very interested to know what kind of new ideas German companies can add to this field.  Once other international car companies start to take notice, I think autonomous cars is not a fad anymore but an area where car manufactures will compete against one another.   I'm interested to know what car buyers think of all of this.  Is there a market for such vehicles?  would they relinquish their freedom to drive a car, something  ingrain in American culture  
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