News coverage of the first driverless vehicle being tested in the United Kingdom in two years is being praised by some.
In an article for the Telegraph, Peter Hartman says he has never seen anything like it.
He says it is incredible that such a driver is going to be in the driving seat for the UK’s first time.
The car was driven on the Silverline at the Royal Automobile Club of Great Britain’s launch event in London on Tuesday.
Hartman says it was a “spectacular” experience.
“The car’s acceleration was amazing, and it drove with such confidence, even though it’s a passenger car.”
I was really surprised at how much sense the driver made in the car and how well the driver knew what he was doing.
“It felt a little like being in a fully automated car.”
Hartman adds that he thinks the British public has “never seen anything so good”.
The news comes on the back of a $US7.3 billion investment by the UK government in driverless technology, including the first commercial trials of the vehicle.
“This is the first public test of a driver-assist system in the U.K.,” the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement.
“A number of other countries have tested driver-assisted systems, including Switzerland and Germany.”
Driverless car trialA trial of a fully autonomous car will be the first in the world to be carried out by the government, the UAV Society said.
The system is designed to make roads safer for drivers by reducing accidents, reducing carbon emissions and improving road safety.
The test was led by British firm TASC.
Hartmann is an avid car driver and has driven on Britain’s Silverline and the Gold Coast, but says he is not the first person to drive an autonomous car.
Hartmans first experience with a driver assisted car was in 2013.
“Back then, it was quite a surreal experience.
It was like driving on a rollercoaster.
I was very lucky that my brakes were good.”
But it was all about the driver, it’s about your own skills.
“You can see a lot of the time that it is really, really difficult to steer the car around a road.”
When you do that, you don’t really want to do it at the speed of the car.
You have to slow down, make sure that your hands are behind the wheel, and try to keep the vehicle in a safe position, not push too hard and start pushing it too fast.
“Hartmann says the driver assist system is also important for him to see the vehicle through a “virtual” experience, in the same way that a movie theatre seats a lot more people in front of a screen than in front.”
We were able to have some amazing experiences in the cinema because we have virtual screens that give you a good experience.
That’s a big advantage,” he said.”
If you are driving in a car, it feels like you are watching a movie in a real movie theatre.
You are in a virtual experience, but the car is real, you can feel the car.
“The UAV society said it is “extremely proud” of the trial.”
What we see now is the future of transportation and we are thrilled to have this first demonstration of driver assisted technology on the road,” it said.