Toyota, Audi to show self-driving cars at CES

Prepare to see more cars on the road without a driver behind the wheel.

Toyota and Audi autonomous driving characteristics present next week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Japanese automaker has released a video preview shows five seconds of its vehicles luxury brand Lexus in charge of different sensor and labeled "Advanced Lexus active safety research vehicle is leading the industry into a new era automated. "
A representative from Audi also told the Journal that it would demonstrate similar capabilities to the exhibition, including the possibility of finding a parking space and park without human intervention behind the wheel.

As autonomous research cars Google has tested since 2009, Toyota Lexus LS 600h prototype sports what appears to be a laser mounted on the roof serves to guide the vehicle. It also has radar and camera equipment used to walk the streets without a driver behind the wheel.

These driverless cars are able to drive to specific locations based on visual indicators, artificial intelligence software, GPS, and a range of sensors. Google, which has hired a team of robotics experts to develop the system has logged more than 300,000 miles on private test tracks.

Nevada, which passed a law in 2011 that allows autonomous vehicles on public roads, issued the first license for the Google driverless cars last year - the first state to issue such a permit.
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