Autonomic Vehicles

Kevin Curran, James Lee

Abstract


If you thought intelligent cars capable of negotiating a city centre with no driver behind the wheel was just a fantasy of Hollywood – think again. Throughout the history of robotics, robots have been designed to fulfil a multitude of tasks, from opening doors to flying space shuttles to the moon. In this paper, we explain the evolution of robotics in the field of cars and how robotics can be used to make the humans redundant in controlling a car.


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