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In self driving cars, the sensors constantly scan the surrounding areas looking for information and acting as the 'eyes' of the car.
Intel, for example, paid billion for Mobileye, an Israeli-based company developing vision-based advanced driver-assistance technology.
Mall entrances, which are often times off a public street, also present problems when Waymo’s sensors haven’t mapped the area However, due to a software issue, the autonomous Chrysler vans have been struggling when there are no green arrows for turning left.
During the past the year and a half, Waymo’s self-driving cars have occasionally been forced to stop making left turns because the software wasn’t safe enough, a person close to Waymo’s operations told The Information.
The vehicles occasionally have difficulty with other driving challenges, such as cul-de-sacs.
The number - kept secret until now - emerged after Google failed to redact it from a deposition given for the case against Uber by Shawn Bananzadeh, a financial analyst at the firm's autonomous sister company Waymo.
'He also told me that he planned to 'replicate' this Waymo technology at his new company.' Otto launched with much fanfare in May, due in part to the high profile of one of its co-founders, Levandowski, who had been an executive on Google's self-driving project.
Uber acquired the company in August for what Waymo said in the lawsuit was 0 million Otto launched with much fanfare in May, due in part to the high profile of one of its co-founders, Anthony Levandowski, who had been an executive on Google's self-driving project.
'Competition should be fueled by innovation in the labs and on the roads, not through unlawful actions,' Waymo told 'Given the strong evidence we have, we are asking the court step in to protect intellectual property developed by our engineers over thousands of hours and to prevent any use of that stolen IP.'The court documents state: 'Waymo further requests that Defendants be enjoined from making, using, selling, or offering to sell devices that infringe claims 1 or 13 of United States Patent No. Experts say a win for Waymo could be 'devastating' for Uber.
Google turned its self-driving car division into a new company called Waymo, in December 2016.