CMU's Autonomous Cadillac SRX
Welcome to the home-page of the ground-breaking trip on September 4, 2013 by CMU's Autonomous Cadillac SRX driving itself from Cranberry, Pennsylvania to Pittsburgh International Airport. In addition to its autonomous driving capabilities, this vehicle also allows seamless switching between autonomous and manual driving. The driver can override the vehicle's decisions in an instant.
with additional support from
- General Motors-Carnegie Mellon Autonomous Driving Collaborative Research Lab sponsored by General Motors.
- General Motors-Carnegie Mellon Vehicular Information Technology Collaborative Research Lab sponsored by General Motors.
- T-SET University Transportation Center. sponsored by the Research and Innovation Technology Administration at the US Department of Transportation,
- Advanced Transportation Systems, a Large CPS Project sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
In cooperation with the Traffic 21 Initiative at CMU.