France Wants Autonomous Trains

According to reports from FranceInfo, the SNCF, France’s national state-owned railway company, announced on Friday that it is actively working to develop and deploy autonomous trains that will operate along its high-speed TGV lines by 2023. The so-called “drone trains” should begin initial trials some time in 2019.

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Although, “when you automate a subway, you can put grids along the platforms and then you’re in tunnels,” adjoint director of SNCF, Matthieu Chabanel, told FranceInfo. Subways don’t present the same pressing need for human oversight as when “we are in a completely open environment with trees, animals, people, who can enter the right-of-way,” Chabanel continued, “and so we need a driver to handle all the disturbed situations.”

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