Government Technology/Ryan McCauley An EasyMile driverless shuttle on display at the Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento. Government Technology/Ryan McCauley SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Aligned outside the new Golden 1 Center , a series of autonomous vehicles (AVs) were on display the afternoon of June 27 to showcase the technology and how it may impact California's capital city in the future. Sacramento is intent on positioning itself as a major player in the AV game. To that end, the city along with representatives from the state Legislature, industry partners and the Sacramento Kings launched the Autonomous Transportation Open Standards Lab (ATOS) earlier this year in order to “develop an open standards lab and a protocol that achieves the delicate balance between ensuring that this technology is safe and, at the same time, ensure a regulatory environment where we are not stifling innovation,” Mayor Darrell Steinberg told Government Technology in April . And this showcase was a very public display to show that Sacramento is not all talk. The full spectrum of AVs was on display: an Audi A7 sedan, a Chrysler minivan outfitted with Renovo self-driving software, an Otto autonomous big rig and an EasyMile driverless shuttle. This demonstration showcases that Sacramento has the ability to bring companies in, said Chief Innovation Officer Louis Stewart. “We’re trying to affect the conversation by bringing more awareness, more education and more visibility to the technology,” he added.
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