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Changes are happening to the current fleet, too — like a move to one vehicle operator.
Uber recently said it hit the million-miles mark for its autonomous cars — and that each mile helps make the fleet safer.
The robot car wasn’t in self-driving mode during the crash, police said.
The post-agenda meeting is 1:30 p.m. Monday.
The mayor is optimistic about Pittsburgh’s five self-driving car companies’ commitment to the community.
More jobs mean more cars and more space, too.
Airbus’ Vahana, an electric, self-piloted vehicle, will use tech developed by Near Earth Autonomy.
Sure, Pittsburgh’s hills and bridges were appealing for testing. But we also have four seasons.
|What||Code & Supply and Uber are pairing for a presentation with Uber software engineers followed by a Q&A. The event starts with networking, food and drinks. The presentation is at 6 p.m. Self-driving vehicle ride alongs are sold out. General admission tickets are available to the public, but registration is required.|
|Where||Uber ATG at 50 33rd St. (Strip District)|
|When||August 11, 2017 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm|
|What||Come to this Café Sci event to hear from Uber engineer Brian Zajac's thoughts on "The Future of Urban Mobility and Autonomous Vehicles." Doors open at 6 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m. Food and drinks are available for purchase.|
|Where||Carnegie Science Center at 1 Allegheny Ave. (North Shore)|
|When||August 7, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm|
|How much||Free, but parking is $5|
Two Uber software engineers will speak at an Aug. 11 event.
The two western Pa. reps are on a U.S. House committee meeting to discuss the legislation today.
The trio met in Mayor Bill Peduto’s office.