The release of China’s first guidelines for commercial services of robotaxis could establish a state framework for self-driving tech.
Baidu could eventually charge people to ride in its robotaxis—a milestone for the costly, years-long quest of self-driving cars.
Baidu received the country’s first permit for commercial robotaxi services, a major milestone for Chinese self-driving car industry.
Baidu in March became the first Chinese company permitted to offer robotaxi rides to paying customers by a local government.
Accelerating passenger numbers for the Baidu self-driving pilot underscore China’s growing efforts to win the global autonomous vehicle race.
Jidu will use the proceeds on research and development as the company aims to unveil a concept car in April.
China’s leading search engine Baidu is rushing to lead the race in popularizing driver-assistance features on consumer cars.
Baidu has officially expanded its autonomous early rider program to citizens in the central Chinese city of Changsha as rivals accelerate their plans to carry passengers for dominance in the self-driving arena. Why it matters: Baidu is doing more road tests in a bid to win more favor from Chinese local governments. Beijing has called […]
Baidu on Thursday unveiled a new robotaxi model, called Apollo Moon, with a manufacturing cost significantly lower than competitors.
Beijing regulators released the second annual report about self-driving car pilot programs, disclosing disengagements logged during tests.