Video Interview: Google goes gaga over automotive technologies

  • 24-Apr-2012 02:56 EDT

An engineer, Anthony Levandowski heads Google's Self-Driving Car Project.

Automotive Engineering International spoke with Google's Anthony Levandowski at the SAE 2012 World Congress about his company's interest in autonomous vehicles. In this video interview, the Product Manager of the Google Self-Driving Car Project talks about the car and, among other things, what lessons its development holds for engineers at large. Levandowski is slated to speak at the Congress on Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the AVL Technology Leadership Center.

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