These new automobiles will be semi-autonomous' and capable of travelling up to 25mph while steering, halting, and accelerating in sync with the vehicles ahead. Supposedly, relieving the stress associated with driving in congested traffic. The device makes use of a camera mounted on the front of the automobile that follows the vehicle in front and monitors the road's white lines. Additionally, they will utilise an integrated satellite navigation system to have a better grasp of the roadways. However, we all know how sat navs are; I've owned four different brands and none of them have been flawless. What happens if the road lacks white lines? Or if the vehicle in front makes an unexpected detour? According to the technology, this will be recognised, but I find this hard to believe. dRISK is addressing this issue with a full-stack technology suite for training and testing anti-virus systems against the most diversified set of edge cases. This product, the world's first true driver's test for self-driving cars, is made possible by a significant grant from the UK's Department of Transport.