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House paves the way for self-driving cars

10 September 2017, 03:37 | Myrtle Vega

The goal of the “Self Drive Act” is to establish a federal framework for the regulation of self-driving cars

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The trio serve on the Senate commerce committee, which on September 6 announced a September 13 hearing to examine autonomous commercial vehicles and how they may fit into the Senate's self-driving vehicle legislation.

The legislations is aimed at giving auto manufacturers an edge in developing and rolling out new self-driving vehicle technologies here in the United States, but the freedoms it provides may be a cause for concern.

Reuters reported Tuesday that U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao will unveil revised self-driving guidelines on Tuesday in Ann Arbor, Michigan, citing sources. On Wednesday, Latta noted more than 40,000 Americans died and more than 2 million more were injured in 6 million traffic accidents a year ago.

The goal of the "Self Drive Act" is to establish a federal framework for the regulation of self-driving cars. Our region is leading the way in the development of this technology with sites like the Transportation Research Center right in our backyard.

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For the first time, manufacturers will be required to have an official plan that addresses cybersecurity threats in their autonomous vehicles, an issue that should be of concern to anyone who is aware of the steep rise in black hat hacking in all internet endeavors in the past few years. It may turn out that hacking of self-driving cars is a greater threat to safety than the self-driving systems that make autonomous cars possible in the first place.

At the end of July, Bilirakis explained why he had introduced his proposal. According to Rogers, this legislation strives to turn over the power to the cities and states so they can regulate, restrict, or reject self-driving vehicles within individual communities. Latta is chairman of the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee that developed the legislation.

A draft USA law that will let self-driving cars potentially swerve mandatory vehicle safety requirements has raced through the House of Reps. "I am especially proud that my bill, the ACCESS Act, has been included in this important legislative package". It also instructs NHTSA to develop new standards for self-driving cars. To make matters a bit more complicated, The Washington Post expressed its skepticism over the Senate's ability to pass the bill, as they are tied up with more pressing issues at the moment.



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