FRANKFURT — In Hamburg, a fleet of electric powered Volkswagen vans owned by a ride-hailing support roams the streets buying up and dropping off travellers. The autos steer themselves, but experts doing work from a distant management centre preserve an eye on their progress with the aid of movie screens. If just about anything goes mistaken, they can take manage of the auto and steer it out of trouble.
This futuristic vision, within just achieve of present technological innovation, is about to turn out to be legal in Germany. The Parliament in Berlin approved a new law on autonomous driving