Uber has been banned from resuming self-driving tests in a US state of Arizona.
The car-hailing association had already halted a hearing after one of a vehicles concerned struck and killed a walking a week ago.
The state’s administrator wrote to a organisation on Monday observant there had been an “unquestionable failure” to make reserve a tip priority.
Uber pronounced it would assistance investigators “in any approach we can”.
Governor Doug Ducey referenced a video expelled of a occurrence within his letter.
It shows a car’s user looking down, rather than directly during a road, for about 5 seconds before a night accident.
“I found a video to be unfortunate and alarming, and it raises many questions about a ability of Uber to continue contrast in Arizona,” wrote Mr Ducey.
He combined that he had systematic officials to postpone a firm’s right to expostulate unconstrained vehicles on internal roads tentative a outcome of inquiries by inhabitant ride reserve regulators.
The governor’s tinge contrasts with a matter given in 2016, when Mr Ducey pronounced he welcomed a company’s self-driving swift “with open arms and far-reaching open roads”.
Uber launched a experiments in a state after being systematic to hindrance tests in San Francisco since it had unsuccessful to obtain a compulsory permit.
In a associated development, a arch of Intel’s opposition self-driving programme suggested a Mobileye tech would have prevented a accident.
“We ran a program on a video feed entrance from a TV guard using a military video of a incident,” blogged Amnon Shashua.
“Despite a suboptimal conditions, where most of the… information that would be benefaction in a tangible stage was expected lost, transparent showing was achieved approximately one second before impact.”
The Bloomberg news group has reported that a Volvo cars used by Uber underline Mobileye chips and sensors, though their normal motorist assistance complement was disabled, according to a auto-parts’ supplier.
The conduct of Google’s unconstrained automobile multiplication Waymo has also pronounced a tech would have been “able to handle” such situations.
Velodyne – a organisation that designed a collision-avoidance sensors that Uber employs – previously told a BBC that it was “baffled” by a collision since a apparatus was able of saying in a dark.