A new technology that can make autonomous cars work on the sunrise may soon be on the road.
Researchers at MIT and Northeastern University have developed a system that allows drivers to turn on a parking lot and park their cars on the ground.
That means they can park anywhere.
A parking lot is just one of the ways the system could be used to control a car on the way to sunrise.
A system like this could allow cars to make their way to the sunrise.
MIT’s Jamey Jaffer says that when the system works, it can make it as easy as parking on the street.
But it could also cause problems for drivers who don’t have a lot of parking spaces nearby.
“When we look at this system, it could actually be really difficult for the drivers to navigate through a lot in terms of how many spaces are available,” Jaffer told NPR.
That’s because a lot is already taken up by parking lots, he said.
But Jaffer and his team say the system can handle a lot more parking.
“We think that this system could also be used in a world where parking is more important than the sunrise,” Jager said.
“It would be a good way to bring the cars closer to the sun.
That way, we could have a vehicle that can really work on that sunrise.”
The MIT researchers are working on their own solar car system that uses a solar array, which would be installed on the parking lot.
They’ve also designed an app that can remotely turn on the system.
But the system is still in its early days.
Jager says the technology is still being designed and tested, and there’s still a lot that needs to be tested.
It’s still early days for autonomous cars, and they’re still working on the basic software.
But he says they are making progress.
“Right now, we’re at the very beginning of what this could be like.
And there’s a lot we don’t yet know about how to make this work, but we’re trying,” Jagers said.