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Driverless ferries are being tested in Trondheim in Norway that can ‘see’ kayakers and boats, and could eventually be a substitute for footbridges. The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has built and tested a prototype of the electric ferry and they now plan to refine its anti-collision properties and teach it situational awareness. NTNU has been working with autonomous vessel management systems for years, but training a computer to predict movements and to read complex ...
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