Previously farfetched unmanned technologies are finding real use cases as China adapts to all-remote life. Some will stay with us.
The coronavirus outbreak may be a turning point for unmanned delivery applications in China, which have remained limited despite widespread attention.
The Beijing-based company has been backed by a list of prominent investors, and is among several players to test autonomous vehicle systems for hauling freight at domestic harbors.
Chinese startup WeRide is testing a self-driving cargo van that can carry out delivery services, partnering with automaker JMC and courier ZTO
Neolix, a startup developing AVs for delivery services, said on Wednesday it has raised ‘hundreds of millions of RMB’ from Softbank Ventures Asia.
The two-year-old company plans to expand its test fleet to more than 100 vehicles by year-end.
The Inceptio production plan with Chinese auto majors is the latest sign of early-stage commercialization of self-driving trucks.
Nvidia’s Drive Orin chipsets will underpin the hardware suite that will be fitted in QCraft’s next-generation self-driving car fleet.
QCraft launched a robobus project in the eastern city of Wuxi on Oct. 23. TechNode got a look at the driverless future with a ride on one of its buses.
Chinese self-driving car startup Deeproute announced Tuesday that it had raised more than $300 million in a Series B led by Alibaba.