Tech firm gathers London data to launch driverless cars

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Tech firm gathers London data to launch driverless cars

A tech firm, which has been given permission to gather data on London's roads as part of a driverless car scheme, says it believes the system could be up and running by 2022.

FiveAI confirmed yesterday that it will spend the next 10 months collecting information about layouts and the behaviour of other drivers, cyclists and pedestrians in Bromley and Croydon, before trialling automated vehicles, with a safety driver.

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