Torc Robotics Offering Random CES Attendees Autonomous Rides on the Las Vegas Strip

By Ray Prince Torc is providing a first-hand look at its self-driving platform, Asimov, to random Consumer Electronics Show attendees this week, using the Las Vegas strip as its backdrop.
“The public will get to experience self-driving rides through the Las Vegas strip, freeways, and streets of Las Vegas,” said Torc CEO Michael Fleming. “Torc’s Asimov fleet autonomously handles complex intersections, traffic lights, high-speed merges, and unpredictable pedestrians. Then there is the all-too-common Las Vegas tourist slowing unexpectedly to catch a special view.”
All public rides will be manned by a safety driver.

Virginia-based Torc Robotics was founded in 2007 by a group of Virginia Tech

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