In the past few months, we have covered a bunch of self-driving car projects here. Auro Robotics happens to be working on driverless shuttles for in-campus travel. They could reduce cost and accidents. These vehicles are electric-powered. Auro Prime offers various autonomous driving features such as obstacle detection and collisions avoidance, road and lane detection, pedestrian detection, and an emergency braking system.
Auro Prime also has an adaptive speed control system and signal recognition. It is expected to be launched in 2016.