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Victoria throws support behind autonomous vehicle testing: Bosch, TAC, VicRoads partner up on ‘Towards Zero’ goal

Competition for the status of leader in autonomous driving technology between Australia’s state governments is heating up, with Victoria this week declaring it is “leading the way” on advanced driverless systems. The announcement, part of a $1.2 million investment with technology company Bosch, follows news in the past year that the South Australian government had […]
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