, still kicking, open sources self-driving cars

Enlarge ImageThe Comma Neo is an open source module that enables adaptive cruise control and self-steering in a car.Photo by Wayne Cunningham/CNET Roadshow Self-driving car startup announced today that it is making its software platform and plans for an associated hardware module free for download on its Github site. The software and hardware plans are being released as open source under the MIT License, with the intention that hackers and makers can retrofit cars with self-driving’s self-driving platform is currently only capable of working on the Acura ILX and Honda Civic, when equipped with the LaneWatch package. The kit’s self-driving capabilities currently extend to allowing adaptive cruise control, making a car slow down from its set speed for slower traffic ahead and self-steering to maintain its place…

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