The car is The self-Volvo-XC90-a car from Uber, which in march of last year in the united states was involved in a fatal accident with a pedestrian, it had software on board that is not able to account for pedestrians who are in unwanted places to cross the road.
The U.s. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) report, a declassified document is that the Uber car, and didn’t have the software on board had to respond to people who are on “jaywalking” to do things, or to pedestrians who are on the ‘unlawful means’ is a way of crossing over to a place where, for example, no pedestrian crossing or crosswalk is.
Within two weeks, reports the NTSB’s full report on the crash of march 18, 2018, in the Us, the Tempe, Arizona, a 49-year-old woman was killed when she was in the dark, the road had crossed at a place where there is no transition was made. They had a bike on hand, and when she’s away leg.
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That last one had turned out to be a fatal factor. The Volvo XC90 drove at 70 km/h when the female was hit by a car. As for the car, its detected, in just 5.6 seconds before the impact, it was the wife in a vehicle is provided. Then it changed to the “brain” of the car and in the other, and back again to the vehicle, and that pattern was repeated two more times. Only 1.2 seconds before the crash, recognized that the system of the situation is correct.
With the remainder of 1.2 seconds to play was in the system, the brakes will activate, but the technicians at Uber were shown to have a built-in, automatic braking system and Volvo’s to be turned off. The automaker gave out earlier, which is that the system of the accident, it may have even been able to prevent. The Uber-engineers had to be disabled because it is insecure it would be if the car has active systems might have, which are parallel to each other to operate.
to see The NTSB report confirms that there will be a delay of one second, the software is built-in between the detection of a situation in which a crash is likely and how to respond to them. Uber, this is done because the company was afraid of too many ‘false positives’. During the 1.2 seconds before the impact that led to the car not the brakes are activated, because of the nature of the hazard is first verified. The present driver of the Volvo, looked at the time on the road. With 0.2 seconds left gave the vehicle a visual warning, and the driver’s steering wheel in his hand and took it, but she slowed down only a second after the collision had already taken place.
from the report is that the Uber meanwhile, the changes it has made to its safety program. Further, the company has the training and veiligheidschauffeurs been revised and there are now two people in a self-propelled car.