MLive on ‘Air traffic control’ for Autonomous Vehicles

CCAT researcher Robert Hampshire was interviewed by MLive on the research project Machine Learning, Human Factors and Security Analysis for the Remote Command of Driving: An MCity Pilot. This research aims to improve the driving capabilities of autonomous vehicles in exceptional cases. This involves developing a software platform for MCity enabling a group of remote operators commanding autonomous vehicles. More information on the project can be found here. The full MLive article can be read below:

Self-driving cars could deploy sooner using ‘air traffic control’ technique, UM researchers say