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China debuts driverless "smart" high speed train


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My question is: does it has also an automatic departure (wich would enable GoA4 - fully-driverless-operations) or it's a more orthodox semi-automatic system (GoA3 - the driver "consents" the departure via a button and then the train drives itself)?


The Shangai Transrapid already operates in semi-automatic GoA3 operatios, reaching 431Km/h.

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