LAS VEGAS -- Parking and heavy traffic compete as the two most tedious driving situations. At CES 2014, automotive equipment supplier showed how it could alleviate drivers of one of these tasks.
In the driverlessdemo area, Valeo had a Range Rover Evoque equipped with its technology. A staff member, standing nearby, simply swiped a control on an iPhone app, and the Evoque began driving along a line of cars, looking for a parking spot.
When it found an open spot, it drove past, then reversed and turned its wheels, backing into the spot. It was even able to … Read more