We now have guidelines for testing driverless cars in Australia

Car makers, technology companies and governments now have a set of official guidelines to instruct trials of driverless vehicles in Australia.

Published by the National Transport Commission and AustRoads, the guidelines set out how autonomous vehicles can be tested on public roads in the country, and how triallists can seek exemption from permits and requirements such as Australian design rules (ADR) ahead of testing.

Meep, meep!

No one is going to but hey its cute they’ve finally got their act together to allow it.

Source: Guidelines for Australian driverless vehicle trials released – Strategy – iTnews

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