Bosch and Daimler started building entirely programmed driverless parking in 2015, and in a summer of 2017, their commander resolution in a Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage in Stuttgart reached an critical milestone: programmed cheuffer parking in genuine conditions, with and but drivers during a wheel, was presented to a open for a initial time. This premiere was followed by an complete contrast and start-up phase. Starting in 2018, museum visitors could use a parking use live, accompanied by lerned reserve personnel, and share their experience. One aspect of a commander plan concerned contrast lighting concepts on a vehicles. Turquoise lighting indicates that a car is in programmed pushing mode and informs passers-by and other highway users that a car is pushing itself. The insights from these tests are reflected in a recently released SAE customary 3134. Obtaining final capitulation from a authorities is a serve vital miracle for Bosch and Daimler: soon, meddlesome parties will be means to knowledge a innovative cheuffer parking use live in daily operation in a Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage but additional organisation from a reserve driver.