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Rideshare Plans to Leverage Traffic Data to Improve Rides

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March 6, 2020—A new rideshare service plans to use only Telsa vehicles. The startup is part of UC Berkeley's SkyDeck.

Go360 uses a routing algorithm to leverage traffic flow. It uses its Vision APIs to analyze camera data to generate information about traffic, curb management, pick up and drop off, to further increase the efficiency of its service. Long term, this infrastructure can be leveraged to power self-driving cars to operate in the same areas. 

Go360 aims to offer an environmentally-friendly ridesharing service. Rides average $2.50 a time (up to four rides a day) with a monthly subscription. 



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