Autonomous cars to take self-driving trips across U.S.-Canada border | Crain’s Detroit Business

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WINDSOR, Ont. – Two autonomous vehicles owned by a pair of global automotive suppliers will cross an international border between Canada and the United States on Monday, to test automated driving technology in a variety of settings.The drive will also highlight a new memorandum of understanding between Ontario and Michigan, which, together, will help develop more autonomous vehicle technology and testing.The vehicles, owned by Magna International and Continental, will start their journey in southeast Michigan, and include a trip through the Detroit Windsor Tunnel that connects the two cities, and then across the Bluewater Bridge, which connects Sarnia, Ont., and Port Huron. They will then travel about 500 kilometres to their final destination, Traverse City.

Source: Autonomous cars to take self-driving trips across U.S.-Canada border | Crain’s Detroit Business

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