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May 23rd, 2017, 11:21 PM   #1
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Driverless Locomotives in future.

Do you feel Driverless Locomotives can be achieved in future similar to Driverless vehicles?

Driverless trains include local - short and long distance running express.

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I've met some lazy senior business analysts in my time but I think you win, by the length of one of the many driverless trains that have been around for decades...
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Are Driverless locomotives already running in some countries?.

Can you please specify me the countries where Driverless trains run?

It is not running in our country "India".

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Do you feel Driverless Locomotives can be achieved in future similar to Driverless vehicles?

Driverless trains include local - short and long distance running express.

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Are Driverless locomotives already running in some countries?.

Can you please specify me the countries where Driverless trains run?

It is not running in our country "India".

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In England they have double-decker buses with no driver on the top.
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Driverless locomotives technology could be achieved?

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Are Driverless locomotives already running in some countries?.

Can you please specify me the countries where Driverless trains run?

It is not running in our country "India".

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