I work for Hitachi Rail these days as a system integrator, formally Union Switch and Signal. We are currently deploying our driverless ATC solution in Honolulu.
This system will be capable of fully unattended operation when complete. The onboard ATC will follow wayside speed limits and stop the train within 6” of the target location. The onboard ATC then coordinates opening the vehicle and platform gates at the same time. It then coordinates closing the doors and departs when commanded by the central control office.
These are from December when we ran the train for the first time in the yard in full Auto. Unfortunately in this video we overshot the stopping location. I found out we had a difference in our onboard map compared to as installed wayside.