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    What Lies Ahead: Cooperative, Data-Driven Automated Driving

    Networked data-driven vehicles can adapt to road hazards at longer range, increasing safety and preventing slowdowns. Vehicle manufacturers offer smart features such as lane and braking assist to aid drivers in hazardous situations when human reflexes may not be fast enough. But most options only provide immediate benefits to a single vehicle. What if entire groups of vehicles could respond? What if instead of responding solely to the vehicle immediately in front of us, our cars reacted proactively to events happening hundreds of meters ahead?