One video shows the view from the auto, the 14-second video shows the woman entering the path of the vehicle and stops just at the point of collision.
The video shows the exterior view of the Uber vehicle leading up to the collision. Vasquez appears to take her eyes off the road for a considerable period of time before the accident in the video.
But we also see that the test driver was looking down and not at the road, and only seems to notice Herzberg within the last second before the crash.
"Waymo ... said that in tests on roads in California previous year, its cars went an average of almost 5,600 miles before the driver had to take control from the computer to steer out of trouble", according to the paper. Just before the video stops, the driver looks upward toward the road and suddenly looks shocked.
A spokesperson said the released video was "disturbing and heartbreaking".
In a statement released on March 21, Uber says that it is working with local, state, and federal authorities to investigate what happened during the crash.
Uber and other technology-driven companies claim that self-driving cars will be safer because no humans will be in control.
The pedestrian killed Sunday by a self-driving Uber Technologies Inc. While cameras do not perform well in the dark, radar and Lidar can work at night.
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Maynard said that if autonomous technology can be significantly improved, scientists hope to see a reduction in the number of traffic-related accidents.
German automaker BMW yesterday expressed sympathy over the incident but said it would not affect its self-driving vehicle project, while Nissan has made no comment.
A review of the video and a preliminary investigation suggest the collision was probably unavoidable regardless of who was behind the wheel, Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir told The San Francisco Chronicle.
Another autonomous driving expert agreed with Smith's assessment.
The SUV's cameras may have failed to pick up Herzberg because she was crossing from a median - which could've created shadows that confused the Uber's device, experts said.
Proponents say that human error is responsible for 94 percent of crashes, and that self-driving vehicles would be better because they see more and don't get drunk, distracted or drowsy.
Uber has declined to comment further on the matter.
The video is likely to renew calls for more oversight in a nascent industry that lacks standardized testing or safety definitions. Despite the low light levels, the lidar technology should not have been affected.
"There will no doubt be an exhaustive investigation of the tragic incident involving an Uber self-driving vehicle and a pedestrian", Akshay Anand, an analyst at Kelley Blue Book, said in an emailed statement.
Todd Humphreys is an associate professor in aerospace engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, and his research involves autonomous vehicles and how they perceive the world. "Do I assume the risk, do I retain it, do I transfer the risk to an insurance company?" said Rickert.