Ford Uses Robot Drivers To Test Vehicle Durability

Ford Uses Robot Drivers To Test Vehicle Durability

The automaker has developed a system that allows for driverless execution of dangerous and repetitive stress tests.

Alan Khanukaev
  • 20 june 2013

American automaker, Ford, has become the first in its industry to institute a system of durability testing that relies not on human drivers but on robots to achieve a more efficient and consistent level of measurement regarding the reliability and endurance of its cars.

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