Posted April 06, 2019 08:02:06 Car companies, the federal government and even some states are looking at ways to make more cars fit into their cars.
The US Department of Transportation is looking at installing more than 2 million cars with self-driving technology by 2021.
The vehicles could be used in the US as well as in other countries.
The agency is also considering using cars that have cameras to collect and upload data to help automakers diagnose problems.
The Federal Aviation Administration is looking to install at least 2,000 automated vehicle sensors that would allow pilots to get a better picture of their airspace and make better air traffic decisions.
The Department of Energy has been working on its own self-flying system, the Advanced Aviation Vehicles, orAAV.
The plan calls for testing it in 2019 and 2020 and later in 2021.
The FAA says it wants to begin testing the system in 2019.
The agency is looking for partners in 2019, 2020 and 2021.AAV, also known as the Advanced Automated Vehicle, is a step toward making cars and trucks more autonomous.
It will require a human operator to steer a vehicle around a set of traffic lights, while also having an autopilot that can be switched on and off.
Some of the features of the AAV system are new.
It includes a camera that will look at the traffic lights and take photos of it to display in a map.
The AAV also has a radar that will allow the vehicle to see cars and other objects moving through the airspace.
The FAA hopes to make the system more widely available and more affordable by 2021, said Mark Reuss, assistant administrator of the Federal Aviation Administrations Office of Commercial Space Transportation.
Aircraft manufacturers are also looking to upgrade their fleets with self driving technology, Reuss said.
They can make it so the pilot doesn’t have to get out of the car.