Ford partners with universities on automated-driving technology

01/23/2014 | Detroit Free Press

Ford is connecting with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University to advance automated driving technology. Ford and Stanford will work on developing sensors that can detect important data through obstructions, such as other cars in traffic. The project with MIT involves the use of algorithms to forecast driver and pedestrian behaviors to plan safer driving routes.

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