Glasgow Is Designing A Fully Driverless Train System

Glasgow Is Designing A Fully Driverless Train System
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Are these Glasgow subway trains the end of conductors?

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 31 march 2016

When we think ‘autonomous vehicles,’ we’re usually talking about driverless cars. While pilots have traditionally flown with much assistance from their auto-piloting counterparts, and trains run on an invariable tack that seemingly needs little assistance, there still doesn’t exist a foolproof method to automating these particular vehicles—though we’re well on our way to making this dream a reality.

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