Autonomous car finishes record-setting trip in Mexico

University of Nevada, Reno professor Raul Rojas at the Angel of Independence statue in downtown Mexico City at the completion of his record-setting 1,500-mile autonomous drive from Nogales to Mexico City.Admit it, you’ve tried driving, at least for a very short time, with no hands on the steering wheel. Professor Raul Rojas of the University of Nevada, Reno just drove 1,500 miles without hands – from the U.S. border at Nogales to Mexico City – in his autonomous car. It is the longest-ever autonomous drive in Mexico. With several terabytes of data describing the highways, and with specialized software, the onboard computer guided the car on city streets and highways through the Sonoran Desert, along the west coast of Mexico, up to Guadalajara and then to its final destination of…

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