The state of Michigan just passed legislation that will allow fully automatic vehicles on the roads of the street, that’s probably the coolest news we’ve heard this entire election cycle.
What this means is that Michigan’s already existing car manufacturing plants will have the opportunity to employ their concepts for fully automated cars to a market where they are legal, and not save the sweet future cars for 3d renderings and rare exceptions.
Any aspiring engineers should slip on a Detroit snapback and get to Michigan where this technology is booming.
More cars without human drivers could soon be on the road, pending the governor’s signature.
Self-driving cars are in Michigan’s future now that the state house of representatives has approved autonomous vehicle legislation.
Brandt Iden is on the House Communications and Technology Committee.
He says the safety of these vehicles provides opportunity for auto makers.
“As more companies realize the safety of these vehicles and having them on the road,” Iden says, “they’re obviously going to up production.”
Iden has been one of the key proponents of autonomous vehicle technology in Michigan. Continue Reading
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