Redundancy is key for Stanford University's team. Its vehicle's brain contains six networked Pentiums that hold multiple copies of all the software
By Elizabeth SvobodaPosted 10.06.2005 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
In this, the fourth of a series, Popular Science profiles one of the favored teams competing to win the Darpa Grand Challenge autonomous-vehicle race, which will take place on Saturday, October 8, near Primm, Nevada. Today we look at Stanford's entry, affectionately dubbed Stanley, which is designed to automatically choose the best route. Stay tuned to popsci.com for more previews throughout the week and for minute-by-minute videos and updates on race day.