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Luminar’s lidar will be part of Mobileye’s first-generation fleet of driverless vehicles, which are being piloted in Dubai, Tel Aviv, Paris, China and Daegu City, South Korea.
In addition to necessary changes to the plane’s software, the carrier will have to train its nearly 7,000 pilots — including simulator time.
The limit of this project was the pilot, because you cannot stay too long, not drinking, not eating.
If it is triggered, its ability to dive is limited so that pilots can still control the plane manually.
Hopkins, 51, an Air Force colonel and test pilot, will make his second sojourn to the space station, seven years after his first.
Inevitably you don’t make it out that day because the air strip needs to be adjusted or the plane can’t fly because the weather makes it impossible for the pilot to see anything.
Alphabet's Project Taara, unveiled under a different name in 2017, conducted a series of pilots in Kenya last year and is now partnering with a telecom company to deliver Internet access in remote parts of Africa.
The company has launched ridesharing and commuter pilots in Fremont and Irvine, California and Guangzhou, China.
The morning of the VEX robotics competition, Katie sagged in the passenger seat while her mom piloted the minivan toward the University of Rhode Island in Kingston.
You’re about to hear the pilot episode of what we think might be another new show worth adding.

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