France, Germany and Luxembourg test borderless, driverless tech. Autonomous cars were given an international road test on Wednesday at a new centre in the symbolically significant town of Schengen in Luxembourg.
The joint venture sponsored by the French, German and Luxembourg governments means that driverless cars can be tested in real-life scenarios including motorways and urban spaces across borders. French Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne, who attended the launch along with her German and Luxembourg counterparts, said that testing was a key way to alleviate such concerns and that such smart vehicles had a key place in future mobility.
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