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CSPAN
Mar 17, 2016 12:45am EDT
at what's happening in europe. we look at what's happening in china and japan, and they're hot on our heels and, nin fact, nota day goes by where a company particularly from china is not trying to recruit engineers from our team and poach talent. this technology is advancing at an incredible rate. we need to see the safety benefits and mobility and access benefits and the economic benefits in america first, and by finding a way to give nhtsa an approval process that would allow them to expedite in a very safe way innovative technology that is will allow us to continue this technology in the united states. >> and this could be to the companies who want to respond to this, but nhtsa recently determined that google's self driving system could be interpreted as the driver for purposes of nhtsa rules. conversely, the california dmv is proposed requiring a licensed operator to be present in autonomous vehicle. how will the concept of driver change with deployment of self-driving cars and how should we resolve potential conflicts such as the one i just mentioned? >> i think to the point
CSPAN
Mar 16, 2016 12:05am EDT
technology in a leadership position. looking at china and japan into recruiting engineers from our team. from our perspective it is a dnc and incredible rate to see those economic benefits. with that approval process to expedite in a safe way to allow us to continue this technology. >> and it could be interpreted the driver. the california red dmv needs as the of licensed operator to be present. how will that concept of driver change with deployment of self driving cars? >> 82 designate so that interpretation to encourage the rollout is fairly appropriate. in we will continue to work with various states to kraft legislation to understanding the complementary roles of the federal government. >> double the of government plays to have a role to ensure there is a nationwide market? >> do they have a role? >> obviously that is an issue with the wide patchwork of regulations inconsistent from state to stay. so we absolutely need and support the initiative and look forward to that initiative in working with the state's. >> we do a lot of neat things for national security or cyberattacks or the
CSPAN
Mar 19, 2016 10:13am EDT
happening in europe and china, and they are hot on her heels. not a day goes by where a company, particularly from china, is trying to recruit engineers from our team. from our perspective, this technology is advancing at an incredible rate. andeed to see the benefits the economic benefits in america first. if finding a way to give them an approval process to expedite in a safe way, to allow us to use this technology in the united states. >> this could be to the companies who want to respond. it was recently determined that the google self driving system can be interpreted as the driver for the sake of the rules. conversely, the california dmv is requiring a licensed operator to be present in the autonomous vehicle. how will the concept of driver resolveand how can it potential conflicts like the one i mentioned? >> to the point of technology without a driver, at some point, you need to designate the vehicle can operate without a driver. i think the interpretation, in order to encourage the rollout is appropriate. as far as working with the states, we, at general motors, will co
CSPAN
Mar 16, 2016 5:52am EDT
. as we've heard countries like sweden, korea, china, japan have already established these 10 sites. we need to do as well. i appreciate the comment about mcso through with university of michigan which is involved in some detailed testing out a truck which brings all the manufactures together and perhaps to get some comment from you and so important it is to have a national testing facility that can bring all the manufacturers together, suppliers together to make sure all these technologies work together. doesn't do any could have a great product if it's not working in conjunction with the toyotas and hondas and the gm in everybody else out on the road. in all weather conditions as well, snow and ice is important to test. but perhaps your comments as well important it is for us as government officials to be focusing on creating a national center where we can do this sort of testing. >> i think that would be me. my one concern would be that the data, the test data was made available to a more academic/expert-based community for that validation, that these tests are meeting standards
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