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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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A Test Drive on Google Automated Cars

Written on October 11, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Google recently tested an automated, meaning self driving cars. But no, they are not Android cars. Just Google cars that lets you multi task while driving. Literally, you just have to sit on the drivers' seat and the car will drive for its self. Amazing, isn't it?

Today, Google made a big announcement about cars. That’s right, they are developing cars that drive themselves automatically on the road. Google has been testing it for months at the California streets. It is very unusual for Google to develop this, but we see advantages behind this project.

The cars were tested on 140,000 miles of California road, from Silicon Valley to Santa Monica. There were two persons inside, one for emergency maneuvering purposes, the other an engineer. Google actually hired these engineers who participated in competitions and races including automated cars.

See the video of this automated cars after the skip.

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