International Journal of Progressive Research in Engineering Management and Science
(Peer-Reviewed, Open Access, Fully Referred International Journal)

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  • Sudharsan L,Pathakoti Venkata Lingarao,Pranav P


Our analysis shows that CARLA and LGSVL simulators are the current state-of-the-art simulators for end to end testing of self-driving cars for the reasons mentioned in this paper. Finally, we present current challenges that simulation testing continues to face as we march towards building fully autonomous cars. The field of autonomous automation is of interest to researchers, and much has been accomplished in this area, of which this paper presents a detailed chronology. This paper can help one understand the trends in autonomous vehicle technology for the past, present, and future. We see a drastic change in autonomous vehicle technology since 1920s, when the first radio-controlled vehicles were designed. In the subsequent decades, we see fairly autonomous electric cars powered by embedded circuits in the roads.Autonomous cars provide excellent benefits, but some challenges do exist. Although the notion has been rejected, but, it is believed that an advent of autonomous cars would lead to a decrease of driving related jobs. Also, situations like inability of drivers to regain control of their cars due to inexperience of drivers, etc. is an important challenge. Lots of people love driving, and it would be difficult for them to forfeit control of their cars. Autonomous cars also pose challenges interacting with human-driven vehicles on the same route. Another challenge to autonomous cars is that who is to be held liable for damage- the car manufacturing company, the cars occupantsowner, or the government. Thus, implementation of a legal framework and establishment of government regulations for autonomous vehicles is a major problem.

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