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Progressive Automated Driving

Cars are beginning to add features that will eventually lead to fully automated driving, notes Andrew Whydell, director of product planning, Global Electronics, at TRW Automotive.
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Cars are beginning to add features that will eventually lead to fully automated driving, notes Andrew Whydell, director of product planning, Global Electronics, at TRW Automotive.

Whydell points out that TRW safety systems such as automatic braking were designed to react to emergencies. But adding radar and cameras can expand their capabilities to aid in day-to-day driving too. He says some of the first self-driving systems will debut for highway driving, then progress to more complex city-driving conditions.

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