Robocar Z: A car robotics system by ZMP for $7,000


Our agile, technologically advanced cars your incumbent dreams? You could then turn them into luminous reality with Robocar’s aid, the latest car released by Japanese company ZMP. Robocar happens to be the first car robotics systems for research and development of fully autonomous automobiles. The Robocar is a small automobile with a protruding head that holds two cameras connected to the latest image recognition modules.

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The Robocar makes for the perfect platform and testing grounds for developing this software that would require technologically advanced engineers and researchers to transfer it to a full size vehicle. The $7,000 Robocar runs on a Linux operating system and comes with its own API.
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