Google continues to tap new testing locations for its self-driving cars, with the metropolitan area of Phoenix, Arizona picked as the next spot, reports Reuters. Jennifer Haroon, head of business operations for Google's autonomous vehicles said that Arizona was attractive not just as a place where tech research is welcome, but also because it provides "distinct desert conditions" to test the cars in different environments. "[This] will help us better understand how our sensors and cars handle extreme temperatures and dust in the air," said Haroon.
Google self-driving cars head to Arizona to test desert road conditions
written by TechKnock Apr 7, 2016
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