CCAT PIs Discuss Research with TechXplore

CCAT PIs Discuss Research with TechXplore


CCAT researchers Robert Hampshire and Walter Lasecki spoke with TechXplore about the project Machine Learning, Human Factors and Security Analysis for the Remote Command of Driving: An Mcity Pilot.

There were 3.2 trillion miles driven in the US last year, and the best autonomous vehicles averaged one disengagement every 5,000 miles. We estimate that if all those miles were automated, you’d need around 50,000 to 100,000 employees, distributed city by city. A network like that could operate as a subscription service, or it could be a government entity, similar to today’s air traffic control system

Robert Hampshire

You can read the full TechXplore article below:

‘Air traffic control’ for driverless cars could speed up deployment