RTE 3 December 10, 2020 at 08:45BSTA SamGo, an autonomous vehicle that is used by the Irish Government, will now be used for government projects.
The new beta software will be used to deliver the country’s new Road Safety Strategy and Government-funded initiatives to improve road safety and reduce fatalities.
SamGo has been in use since January and is capable of operating on a range of roads, including those that have no dedicated lanes or lanes of traffic.
The company is currently being tested on roads that are used for road works, including the A9 in Dublin.
Samgo’s new beta version, called Beta 5, will be tested in the city of Galway in the coming months.RTE 3.0 is being updated to include a new beta app called SamGo Beta.
SamGO is a self-driving car that is developed by Irish technology company Bimini and uses Google’s Street View images of the roads it drives on.
The SamGo software uses the company’s proprietary software and has been built on top of Google’s ImageNet and Google Maps APIs.
Rte 3.5 has been released and contains an update to the software to improve performance.
SamDrive’s main features include: