Virginia-based Torc Robotics technicians throw unpredictable traffic hazards at the company’s self-driving system as they develop and evaluate safety criteria for autonomous vehicles. For two weeks, Torc and its partner AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah challenged Torc’s Asimov self-driving system in scenarios that included pedestrians, cyclists and animals at Ohio’s Transportation Research Center in East Liberty. The scenarios simulated the complexity of ...

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