The Victoria Government will provide $3.5 million for testing connected and automated vehicle technology on roads in the state, with the aim of making roads in the state safer.
Tollway operator EastLink has begun the second stage of its hands-free driving trials, and will test vehicle to infrastructure communications, after carrying out a number of trials to test technology that assists in hands-free driving.
Driving of the future was on show this week at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, as VicRoads tested a highly automated driving (HAD) vehicle fitted with claimed world-first satellite positioning technology.
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