Driver regains control of Leaf by braking.
U.K. Researchers Put iPad in Control of Leaf EV Oxford University researchers develop a robotic self-driving car system in a Nissan Leaf electric vehicle. The technology, which can be controlled via an iPad, offers the option of taking over part of a familiar route and then carry out all navigation, steering and acceleration but return control once the driver touches the brake pedal. The system uses 3-D laser mapping, which the researchers say is superior to Global Positioning System ...
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