The company is still in a very early stage of the self-driving revolution, but the team behind Uber’s self-balancing technology is building a new fleet of cars that are self-sustaining.
The company recently hired a former Uber engineer to lead a new team that is working on a new version of the company’s vehicle management software, which allows autonomous vehicles to automatically make their way to their destinations.
The new software also allows for autonomous car deployment at the push of a button, which could allow for faster autonomous driving as Uber develops its autonomous driving fleet.
Uber is working with a handful of autonomous car manufacturers, including the car-sharing company Lyft, the ride-hailing startup LyftX, and the self for hire startup Sidecar.
The goal is to make the software compatible with a number of different vehicle types, such as buses, taxis, and other transport vehicles.
Uber says the software will allow the company to offer an automated vehicle to drivers who want to use it to drive around.
The self-tracking technology will also allow Uber to automatically track the location of every driver who takes the UberX or UberX Plus ride.
Uber has said the new software will be used to help drivers more quickly get around town, and also to provide safety data to help other drivers navigate the city.
Uber’s technology can also help the company track the health of its cars, and it will automatically upload the data to a dashboard on the company website to help users understand how their vehicle is performing.
The technology will be deployed on an experimental basis with the help of the California DMV and the San Francisco Department of Motor Vehicles.
“We have some exciting new features and technologies that will help improve safety and improve efficiency, but we also know that a lot of people will use these services for everyday tasks,” Lyft spokesperson Jordan Paltrow said in an emailed statement.
Uber also said the technology will allow its fleet to reach a number more quickly than before.
Uber currently has about 10,000 vehicles on the road, and Paltrows said the team is looking to add more vehicles in the future.
It’s not clear if Uber will also be offering self-policing, or how that technology will work.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has said that Uber is not planning to take over the taxi business, but is instead building a fleet of self-service vehicles that will be the first step toward a fully self-regulating taxi industry.