From Parking Lots in Massachusetts to Highways in Sweden - An Assessment of Autonomous Vehicle Testbeds Around the World

As the race to develop fully autonomous vehicles continues, there has been an increasing number of testbeds springing up across the globe. These testbeds look to trial new automotive technologies in constrained environments that offer real-world conditions. The variety of factors driving these testb...

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