Chinese startup WeRide is testing a self-driving cargo van that can carry out delivery services, partnering with automaker JMC and courier ZTO
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.
The idea of building an on-demand ride-hailing service for the skies is gradually getting off the ground in China.
Baidu received the country’s first permit for commercial robotaxi services, a major milestone for Chinese self-driving car industry.
Chinese AV players are shifting their attention to more practical applications amid growing uncertainties surrounding the future of robotaxis.
The Inceptio production plan with Chinese auto majors is the latest sign of early-stage commercialization of self-driving trucks.
The program is part of the company’s latest efforts to offer full-scenario autonomous driving capabilities by the middle of 2023.
Baidu could eventually charge people to ride in its robotaxis—a milestone for the costly, years-long quest of self-driving cars.
Baidu in March became the first Chinese company permitted to offer robotaxi rides to paying customers by a local government.