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Old 01-12-2016, 12:44 AM
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There's a lot of potential there, though it will be another 20 years before enough vehicles are enabled. More jobs for software developers, I think I'm all set through retirement
First thing that comes to mind. Don't worry about more jobs unless you're interested in moving to Japan or China...
And with this big idea V2V it will give the government another way of knowing every move you're making by tracking you.
If they want to add something they should put something in the car where I can talk to the dip stick that darn near hit me while on her cell phone. Now that would be my big deal.
Just leave me to myself and everything will be fine.
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Good luck with linking up my car and two trucks lol most advanced tech in all three of em are the aftermarket cd players
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I'm just worried about this "smart" car that will stop automatically because you weren't paying attention ahead. What about the idiot who doesn't drive a "smart" car behind you who also isn't paying attention?

In other words.... is smart cars compatible with manual cars in the highway network?
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I'm just worried about this "smart" car that will stop automatically because you weren't paying attention ahead. What about the idiot who doesn't drive a "smart" car behind you who also isn't paying attention?

In other words.... is smart cars compatible with manual cars in the highway network?
There's already fairly good autonomous driving systems out there without the V2V using cameras and radar type stuff to measure distance, speed and location. They work but not entirely accurate, especially at high speeds where everything happens very fast. This would be an enhancement in the sense that the vehicle in front of you could continuously transmit their exact speed, or a change in speed, or other information. Your vehicle could then act upon that data, by braking or accelerating or swerving out of the way if the lane next to you is clear. It could also prevent you from cutting someone off if the sensors detect another car accelerating next to you. Of course if someone is going to rearend you probably not much that can be done.

Like I said there's a lot of potential but it will take a while. If all vehicles had these systems there wouldn't be any car accidents, because you would have a complete picture of all other cars around you and what they're doing, and the ability to make millisecond decisions. There's always going to be resistance to change, some people still have flip phones and that's fine, works for them, but the vast majority has moved on. It will be the same with cars.
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This should be fun to watch, my cars computer crashed and that's why I wrecked. Lawyers are going to have a field day with this. Hell GM can't even build a decent ignition switch.
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What about these cars being hacked as well?!?!
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What about these cars being hacked as well?!?!
Definitely opens up that possibility, one could transmit fake data and cause your car to come to a sudden stop. Could be life threatening.
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Well here's something else to think about. Now GM is wanting to be like John Deere in saying you don't actually own car. You are buying a Liscense to use the software and any altering of it can result in a lawsuit! I think it's all a bunch of bs!
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It seems that our government has the need to find a "cure" for everydamnthing.

Make these people put their #*@$!^& phones down, and eliminate 25% of the accidents that occur on our nations highways.

No matter what your opinion is, GET INVOLVED, write your congressman and tell him/her what you think. They aren't going to make the changes that we want until we make them do it.

Until we the people get involved, the only work they are going to do is for their own re-election.
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Well here's something else to think about. Now GM is wanting to be like John Deere in saying you don't actually own car. You are buying a Liscense to use the software and any altering of it can result in a lawsuit! I think it's all a bunch of bs!
A DMCA exemption for that passed late last year and will become effective 2017.
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