Swedish families help Volvo Cars develop autonomous drive cars.
Volvo says they’re developing autonomous drive vehicles with help from Swedish families who will test their cars on the public roads of Gothenburg and give feedback to Volvo engineers.
During the first stages, the families will keep their hands on the steering wheel and supervise the driving at all times when using their cars. But, over time, all participants will gradually be introduced to more advanced assisted driving cars, after receiving special training.
Volvo plans to have a fully autonomous car commercially available by 2021 and the data derived from this program will play a crucial role in the development of these autonomous cars.