We’ve been hearing about the driverless car for sometime now. And now development is heading to production.
lane-keeping systems (which follow road markings and sound a warning and correct the steering if a vehicle starts to drift out of its lane),
adaptive cruise control (which maintains a constant distance from the vehicle in front, rather than a constant speed),
auto-parking systems (which can reverse a car into a parking space),
emergency braking (which slams on the brakes if an obstacle, another vehicle or a pedestrian is detected in front of the car) and
That’s a lot of potential. There’s a lot more to this story as written here.