Formula-E partner Roborace just hit another milestone on the road to fully autonomous, high-speed racing.
The self-driving series just shared some new proof that it’s edging closer to the starting line with some new footage of its first full-speed, self-driven lap on a Formula-E track in Berlin. The video gives us look at how the autonomous system works from inside the cockpit, hitting a high speed of around 124 mph with no driver needed.
The electric self-driving self-driving racing series, which was first announced in 2015, has ramped up its development with public demos throughout this year’s Formula E season. It’s still not quite ready to put its cars on the track for a real race — but the video proves that it’s making progress. Read more…
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