Headright systems are a new concept in driverless cars, which are increasingly replacing manual steering controls.
“We’re at a point where we have to do more to reduce the use of manual steering,” said Mark Pinder, chief executive of the headright company.
The system is similar to the way humans use their hands to steer a car, Pinder said.
But Pinder says humans use it differently.
When you’re driving, the human hand is the one that is really controlling the vehicle, he said.
And if we want to change that, we have this ability to look at the world and think about how to make our vehicle more autonomous.
With the technology, you can look at your environment and change the direction of the vehicle and see how that affects the vehicle.
We can control the steering, the acceleration, the braking, and we can also see the road ahead.
It’s just that human hand control is still going to be the driver’s role.
Pinder said it’s important to be able to adjust the steering angle based on the road conditions.
What’s going to happen when the car is moving fast and you want to turn the wheel?
Pinder explained the car will automatically change the steering.
He said the technology is still at the prototype stage.
It will probably take several years before the cars can go into production.
One thing we’ve learned from the technology so far is it’s not going to just be a driver’s tool,” Pinder added.
Driverless cars are already in production and are capable of moving over rough terrain and obstacles.
But with so many cars on the roads, they are difficult to control.
People often think about driving in a car that’s already in motion, but it’s actually a much more complex task to actually control a vehicle.
Pinder says the headstand system can be programmed to automatically change to the direction you’re looking.
You can change it to go to the right, to the left, to go around obstacles.
It will also respond to the environment.
For example, if you’re trying to steer over a curve, it will automatically turn to the opposite direction.
That means you can drive over any kind of obstacle in the car, including the pavement, and the headstanding system will adjust the vehicle to do that, he added.
Read or Share this story: It’s important that we have all these options, Pinders said.