uber's self-directed car did not recognize the traffic rules offending a woman pedestrian but continue the journey with fatal consequences, the Us transport safety authority said on Tuesday.
This software error led to the recent march of women to death in Arizona. The case was reportedly the first ever robot car accident, which killed a bystander pedestrians.
the Woman had been crossing the road bad lighting points, which had no crosswalk. Such pedestrians was not taken into account in the robot car design, estimates the Us national transportation safety board NTSB.
according to the accident report robot car control system to detect a bicycle leash the woman who almost six seconds before the collision, but classified his "object".
NTSB:n is the number of confirms these conclusions and the accident most likely cause of 19. November meeting.
the Prosecutor looked at earlier this year that Uber is not legally responsible for the death of the woman.did Not make a stop of the
the Vehicle control system evaluates a collision inevitable, 1.2 seconds before the crash.
It does not, however, launched a hard braking or maneuvers, since the program sought to NTSB, according to a report to reduce "vehicle potential unstable behavior".
the Car, however, produces "sound the alarm the driver of the vehicle at the same time when the system running plan of the vehicle slowing down" the report says.
after the Accident, Uber interrupted the robot car testing, but the activity has since been continued.
the Company has convinced the Us transport safety board, that the robot cars are coming in the future to identify similar situations for pedestrians as well as to brake four seconds before the possible collision.
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