It works, says T.T. Sridharan, the architect of the new system.
The new caste system is being used by the National Highway Road Safety Corporation to test the new traffic control system.
The company said it is working to get a full suite of the system, with an operational vehicle test and training done in August.
The test will also see the vehicles tested in the Baghdad highlands.
The project will be run by the National Highways Road Safety Corp, which is funded by the Indian government, and the Delhi government.
The RCMP said it will take the project to the next stage with development of a safety management software.
“The RCMP is working with the National Highways Road Safety Corporation and the Delhi Government to ensure that the project is successful.
The project is currently under development and will be completed in two to three years,” said R. S. Kumar, a RCM deputy commissioner.
He said the RCM has started testing vehicular control systems on motorcycles and other vehicules. RCMs and vehatic controls are not new to India.
They are the only vehicles in India that are fully autonomous.
A few years ago, the Delhi government launched the Harmony Vehicle Safety System, which was the first to be fully autonomous.
The project is expected to be completed in about two years, with more than 1,200 vehicles, including electric vehicles, being tested.
The Delhi government said the RCMC has agreed to provide more money to invest in the project.
It has also agrees to continue to work with the national highways road safety corporation and the state level road transport corp.