Isnt there cars out now that have override sensors. IE, autobraking if you get to close to another car? I can see those being implemented and insurance companies giving a discount for having them.
Problem is the trust issue of the human mind. When autopilot came out on aircraft pilots didn't trust it and made corrections when the autopilot was correct. Causing accident or incidents. Now a days 99.9% of a flight is on autopilot with pilots just putting course corrections, altitude and speed changes in and doing take off and landings. I don't see cars being that automated but I do see override sensors being installed and inhibiting drivers from speeding, making illegal moves and from accidents happening.
Been there twice and liked what I saw. Good thing about the job is after a year I can live anywhere in the US and commute weekly to work. Just haven't decided between Charlotte or Dc. Schedule is a 5-2-5-2-5-5. Every 3rd rotation is followed by 5 days off.
Yeah will have to unpack my cold weather gear. If I had my way would have started in the spring. But this move will get me closer to family and Panthers games. Just not looking forward to snow and cold.