LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - A group of Logan High School students are test driving some new technology, which they created.
Students in the Digital Electronics' and welding class debuted their driverless car called the "Logan Ranger" Thursday.
It's something they've been working on all school year long., with the help of Trane Industries.
The vehicle has a GPS and can be controlled with just your cellphone.
As you can imagine, a project like this comes with some trial and error.
"The hardest challenge was getting what's basically the brain of a drone, like an aerial vehicle to work to work as a ground vehicle essentially, said Grant Simmons, a senior at Logan High School.
In the future, students hope the car runs solely on GPS coordinates.
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