• GM's Driverless Vehicles Require a ‘Degree of Harmonization' With Governments, Innovation Chief Says

    29 days ago - By Fortune

    Ahead of General Motors' launch of a driverless vehicle fleet in 2019 , the legacy automaker is hoping for some cooperation with governments at all levels.
    Speaking at a smart cities panel at the Fortune Global Forum in Toronto on Monday, GM head of open innovation Ted Graham said the company and authorities need to find a “degree of harmonization” in order to successfully roll out self-driving cars.
    Graham cited an example of recent autonomous vehicle testing in which driverless GM cars that were permitted to trial in Arizona were stopped by police when attempting to cross through the...
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