Driverless car

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Waymo Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid undergoing testing in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Automated racing car on display at the 2017 New York City ePrix.

A driverless car (also called autonomous car or self-driving car, i.e. self-operating) is a car that can travel without the need for its driver to always be in control of the car's movement. It is a vehicle that can drive itself. The car uses sensors to understand what's around it and doesn't need a human's help.[1]

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  1. (1999) "Dead reckoning and cartography using stereo vision for an automated car" in IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. 3 : 1507–1512. DOI:10.1109/IROS.1999.811692.