Explore real-world examples and simulations of key capabilities required by the Aurora Driver’s first commercial lane, expected to launch in 2024.
The Aurora Driver: from Dallas to Houston in Full Autonomy
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The Aurora Driver correctly anticipates that another vehicle will run a red light and avoids a collision.
The Aurora Driver recognizes a pedestrian on the highway shoulder over 300 meters away at night, before they would have been visible to the naked eye.
The Aurora Driver recognizes a ladder in the road over 150 meters away and proactively maneuvers around it.
The Aurora Driver encounters and avoids a person attempting to cross the highway.
A vehicle sideswipes an Aurora Driver-powered truck on the freight route between Fort Worth and El Paso.
The Aurora Driver detects and makes room for emergency vehicles that are approaching from behind.
Unable to change lanes due to traffic, the Aurora Driver slows to safely pass a shouldered vehicle and pedestrian.
The Aurora Driver detects a stopped vehicle in its path from over 150 meters away and safely maneuvers around it.
An aggressive vehicle cuts off one of our autonomous trucks, prompting the Aurora Driver to slow down to provide additional room on the road.