Safety gates autonomous Rollout, GM’s Barra says

General Motors chairman and CEO Mary Barra says the automaker is making progress on the development of autonomous-driving technologies, but more work lies ahead on the safety front before it can be installed on everyday cars and trucks.

“We are making great progress on autonomous development,” Barra tells journalists and Wall Street analysts during a conference call to discuss GM’s $2.8Bn third-quarter profit.

GM has 30 autonomous vehicles on US roadways between testing exercises in San Francisco and Scottsdale, AZ, where the automaker has been piling on R&D miles and learning by performing different scenarios.

This article was originally published in WardsAuto

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