• R.Gayathiri, Dr. M. Nalini, ,R. Archana , M. Varsha Nambiar


In the past   five years, autonomous driving has gone from maybe possible to definitely possible to inevitable to how did anyone ever think this wasnt inevitable? to now commercially available. Self-driving cars or autonomous car are cars in which human are never requiredto take controlto safely operate the vehicles. Self-driving cars rely on hardware and software to drive down the road without user input. The hardware collects the data; the software organizes and compiles it. On the software side, the input data will normally be processed through machine learning algorithms or complex lines of code that have been trained in real-world scenarios. It's this machine learning technology that is at the centre of self-driving technology. Autonomous cars rely on sensors, actuators, complex algorithms, machine learning systems, and powerful processors to execute software. The real promise of autonomous cars is the potential for dramatically lowering CO2 emissions.Autonomous cars prevent human errors from happening as the system controls the vehicle.