Robot Autos and where they can take us.


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Brad Templeton Chicken, Chicken (and Premonition Organization) ‏ bradt@eff.org. Robot Autos and where they can take us. Robocars are coming. No more Sci-fi An issue of when, not if The staggering contentions for them Green, green, green, protected, sheltered, safe
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Brad Templeton Chicken, Chicken (& Foresight Institute) ‏ bradt@eff.org Robot Cars and where they can take us

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Robocars are coming No more Science Fiction An issue of when, not if The staggering contentions for them Green, green, green, protected, sheltered, safe The suggestions for mass travel

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They\'re coming DARPA Grand Challenge #1: Total disappointment DARPA Grand Challenge #2: Five autos Urban Challenge – 3 champs Videos Autonomous, not halfway controlled

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Arguments For it Death toll, Death toll, Death toll And don’t overlook the mangling! Nerds can spare the planet

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Accidents Kill 45,000 in USA, 1M around the world, harm much more Cost 230 billion dollars (more than 2% of GDP) Every year we postpone, another million pass on.

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Congestion squanders 4 to 8 billion hours, 6 billion gallons Just timed lights enhances city gas mileage 30% Hours spent driving - 50 billion, 10% of aggregate working hours, 5% of waking

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Infrastructure Parking Real Estate Environment - 25% of nursery gasses

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Speed and Comfort

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Death toll

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Self Delivery Almost as essential as self-driving

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The Robotaxi And the WhistleCar

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Cell telephone summoned If what you need isn\'t close, something that is close takes you to it

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Right Vehicle 10-mile electric trike to pickup truck to van to SUV to transport

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Most regular – the minicar

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Private autos for contract Custom memory for your inclinations Your container of stuff, robot stacked

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Parks itself, Charges or refuels itself Parks all the more effeciently, even in carports Solves the battery issue Allows exploratory powers with boundlessly less framework

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Special elements Gentle increasing speed, consistent rate Gimbaled turns Super-delicate suspension

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Compared to different structures

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Infrastructure as of now set up (contrast and PRT or other private ROWs)

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The private people pay for it No gigantically costly ROW required Already more limit than required

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Almost every point of preference travel has …including one it doesn’t really have

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Greener Cars: 3500 btu/traveler mile Bus: Also 3500. Trolleybus: 3200 Light rail: 1500 to 7000 Heavy Rail: 2200 to 6000. NYC: 3300 Electric Car: 500-700 Lightweight electric trike: 300 Cyclist: 145. Beefeater - around 6,000. Person on foot: 300. Beefeater - around 12,000

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Light Rail Energy Use

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More favorable circumstances No stopping No blockage Read/Work Don\'t need permit Don\'t have to possess an auto Cheap Safer from mishaps

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Almost every point of interest private autos have

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Roadmap to arrive

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Drive by wire auto

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Self stopping auto Lexus LS460-L

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BMW 5 and 7 Auto-dispersing voyage control Audi, Volvo S80 Lane change cautioning Infiniti Lane flight avoidance Mercedes Pre-Safe applies brakes before mischance. Lexus pre-crash comparative

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Robovalet Garage (Home carport 5\' high) Military utilization in parallel

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Accident-maintaining a strategic distance from auto (to some degree invalidates loss of life.)

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Special paths

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School of Fish

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Deliverbot

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Whistlecar

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Autopilot w/human oversight

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Allowed on consistent avenues The lobbies…

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Robocar just paths

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Robocar just lanes

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Robocar just zones

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Sleeper autos

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Superlightweights

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Time for Apollo Project A noteworthy pioneer, some place, must proclaim the charge. Do it not on the grounds that it’s simple but rather on the grounds that it’s hard May well happen in Japan, India or China first

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All I have time for, yet Barriers Downsides Engineering Changes Deliverbots http://www.templetons.com/brad/robocars/

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Barriers Law Fear Liability Terrorists Technology Software unwavering quality

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Downsides Health Restructuring of urban areas, less strolling People taking longer outings, vacant treks Computer Intrusion and Mass Failure Reworking of auto society Privacy Freedom Jobs

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Engineering Changes Range not a variable Acceleration and speed not a component Comfort considerably more of an element, delicate ride. Need to be sharable Different security requirements Small width, vis-à-vis

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Deliverbots In military, then on back roads No compelling reason to claim extravagant, once in a while utilized products Vast modification of the way of retail Also changes, airplane terminals, ranches and so on

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