Audi showed and demonstrated a driverless car which was being controlled remotely by a smart-phone application. Audi’s car not only auto-parks but also picks you up.
As expected there are still some glitches in the system. And because someone else’s safety can always be in danger Audi’s car is not yet ready to go into production. Audi’s demonstration was not without problems. The Audi A7 that was rigged with Audi’s new driverless system miscalculated the driving path at one point and drove onto a curb during the first demonstration.
Audi also gave a live demonstration with people in the back seat while the car auto-parked with no one in the driver’s seat. However, considering all the facts it will take some time until Audi’s demonstrated technology gets implemented in commercially available cars.