It is reported that the self-catathers involved in the testing are equipped with a camera and maintain computer vision technology. In semi-automatic autopilot mode, this allows the dispatcher to remotely control the device in order to move the self-carrying to where it is needed; in particular, the new functionality allows for the remote sending of the so-called self-catas to parking or service points where they can replace the batteries and perform repairs.
A self-propelled vehicle is "smart enough" to detect obstacles such as human beings, transport and other objects by means of a wide-angle camera, and on the road it can distinguish between markings and even react to them according to the MDA. The model is sufficiently "careful" to slow down in front of interference or road exit.
According to VC.ru, with reference to Urent, technology is at an early stage of development, but it will prevent unsafe driving in the future.