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Jaguar Land Rover tests eyes on autonomous pods

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I Aurrigo is developing self-driving pods as part of the UK Autodrive project, which is funded with government funds, to test autonomous vehicles in Great Britain. The electrically powered cabins offer space for four people and are not only intended for use in airports, large shopping centers or amusement parks, but also as a mobility offer for the first and last mile in cities.

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Pete Bennett , Manager for Future Mobility Research at Jaguar Land Rover, explains: “It is a matter of course that pedestrians make eye contact with the driver of an approaching car before they step on the road. It's important for us to understand how this translates into the more automated world of the future. We want to find out whether it makes sense to provide the people with the broad intentions of a vehicle - or whether you just let a pedestrian know that they have been recognized and in this way build trust. '

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