Russian airports may be equipped with first self-driving vehicles within 10 years
Self-driving vehicles are not the "remote future" anymore, a Russian tycoon says, - TASS
First self-driving vehicles can be introduced in airports, Supervisory Board Chairman of Basic Element company Oleg Deripaska said on Wednesday. "Areas are in place that have already been ready [for robotic cars use - TASS]," the businessman said at the meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. "Let’s say, airport transport and logistical segments of chains can already be equipped with autopilots now," Deripaska said. Self-driving vehicles are not the "remote future," he said. "We will see that in ten years already. It is important this program is developing," the businessman added.