Aurora Lays Out Principles to Make Safe Cars That Don't Need Drivers

Self-driving technology company Aurora recently unveiled five principles of its Safety Case Framework that will drive development of its autonomous vehicles. It will require all vehicles to be proficient, fail-safe, continuously improving, resilient, and trustworthy. Nat Beuse, vice president of safety, spoke to Cheddar about how this approach contrasts with the kind of autonomous driving system employed by Tesla. "What we're looking at is actually removing the vehicle operator," Beuse said. The firm, which bought Uber's self-driving business segment, plans to go public via a SPAC later this year.
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