Autonomous-vehicle technology is improving but remains far from perfect. And even as driverless vehicles begin to appear in ride-hailing fleets in bigger numbers over the next few years, there are going to be times when they encounter traffic situations they simply can’t overcome. So, what to do when an AV gets stuck? French supplier Valeo says the answer for mobility fleet operators – and potentially even individual retail buyers – may be remote control. It showed off ...

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