Training Drivers How To "Let Go" And Not Drive
Autonomous Driving


The growing popularity of autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles has created a demand for training drivers how to “let go” and not drive. Our software creates environments that safely allow drivers to relearn their driving habits to conform to the potential future operation of these vehicles.

VR Motion Corp has created software which will teach current drivers how to interface with the growing number of autonomous cars or trucks in which human drivers are never required to take control to safely operate the vehicle.

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VR Autonomous Driver Training Start Button VR Motion Corp
VR Autonomous Driver Training Cars On Road VR Motion Corp
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Although there are currently no legally operating, fully-autonomous vehicles in the United States, there are, however, partially-autonomous vehicles—cars and trucks with varying amounts of self-automation, from conventional cars with brake and lane assistance to highly-independent, self-driving prototypes. Our simulated database can create a wide variety of scenarios that resemble “real-world” situations and these tools can be uses to train both drivers that need to learn to “let go” and enjoy the ride, to the underlying intelligence used to program the vehicles themselves.

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