A British firm has developed autonomous car software that could be used by a variety of vehicle manufacturers.
Most of the high-profile work on self-driving cars has come out of the United States, where Google and Tesla have been testing their technology.
Oxford-based Oxbotica took the BBC’s Rory Cellan-Jones for a drive and told him that the technology would be tested in a public trial in London this year.
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