Beyond ‘Boss’: GM, Carnegie Mellon build on success

General Motors recently renewed its five-year agreement with research partner Carnegie Mellon University of Pittsburgh to continue developing technologies that could allow future production vehicles to drive autonomously…
 “Automated vehicle technologies have the potential to improve driver performance, enjoyment and safety by easing workload when traffic and road conditions allow, but ultimately vehicle operation will always be the driver’s choice and responsibility,” Capp said. “GM and Carnegie Mellon are making rapid progress toward making these technologies production viable.”