There's a lot going on in a self-driving car. There are computers reading data from sensors inside and outside of the car. The computers are deciding when to accelerate and decelerate. And for now, there are people monitoring what happens so that we can continue improving the algorithms used to drive vehicles safely. Take a look around and consider if you could take on a STEM career developing driverless cars.
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Computing | Ages 7 - 11
Code Smart is a computing and robotics education programme based on driverless car technologies. Code Smart takes students on a journey from complete beginners to code creators.
Computing | Ages 11 - 14
Code Smart is a computing and robotics education programme based on driverless car technologies. Students will develop their ability to code as well as their design thinking as they tackle smart city challenges.
Comparing my mBot to a driverless car interactive
How is the mBot similar to a driverless car? How is it different?
Penguin adaptations interactive
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Coral life (advanced)
Coral life gallery with additional taxonomic and behavioural information