2.4 kilometers lie between the landing places Anda and Lote. From January 2018, Norway will write history and use the first computer-controlled ferry. The journey over the Innvikfjord with the 100m long ferry on the west coast of Norway marks the milestone on the way to the autonomous ship. As soon as vehicles and passengers are on board, the captain starts the onboard computer. Afterwards everything runs automatically. The captain only intervenes when the vessel is being moored. The onboard computer is intended to make the shipping safer. 90% of all accidents are caused by human error. But even if larger ships can drive completely autonomously, it will take about 15 years. Norway is the pioneer of development.
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