The CBS Weekend News reported on Phantom Auto in its nightly broadcast, explaining that the company “uses cell phone signals and cameras already mounted to the vehicle, so a remote driver can take over in a situation where the car doesn’t know what to do.” The company helps self-driving vehicles through difficult-to-navigate situations, such as construction sites. The news piece mentions that federal regulations for self-driving vehicles “are stalled in Congress,” and states differ on how they treat self-driving cars. CBS says some states are taking “a second look at their regulations” following the fatal car accident involving a pedestrian and an Uber car operating autonomously.
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