The newspaper "Daily Telegraph" today, the car is a model for pocket-rate military (WildCat), and scientists will be programmed three-dimensional map of the roads around the city of Oxford and the neighboring town of Woodstock.
She added that the University of Oxford scientists intend to demand from the British government approval to use the new car without a driver on the open road in the next two months.
The newspaper pointed out that the car used a series of automatic sensors, including cameras and lasers, to determine their place when driving on public roads and to identify the other vehicles and take the actions required if necessary to avoid collision.
And attributed to Professor Paul Newman, head of mobile robots at the University ofOxford, said: "The car is automatic successfully conducted the first flight last week on a private road, and we want to use on the roads used by ordinary people every day."
Newman added that one of the members of the research team will be in the car during the test to control in case of emergency.