The release of China’s first guidelines for commercial services of robotaxis could establish a state framework for self-driving tech.
Baidu received the country’s first permit for commercial robotaxi services, a major milestone for Chinese self-driving car industry.
The Chinese capital has authorized delivery robots to begin operating commercially on city streets for the first time.
Robotaxis are coming into regular use as China’s leading maps app offers Weride AV hailing in Guangzhou.
China backing off its ambitious plans made it clear that self-driving technology is a greater technological leap than many had anticipated.
China’s biggest internet search company Baidu has won a bid to build public road infrastructure for self-driving cars in southwestern Chongqing municipality, a deal worth $7.5 million. Why it matters: Baidu is expanding from developing autonomous vehicle technology to offering cloud-based transport infrastructure for car connectivity amid rising 5G adoption in China. China in 2011 […]
China is permitting trial operations in order to push intelligent vehicle services for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
In its first white paper, Ehang proposes a centralized control center for passenger and cargo drones, similar to a public bus system.
Licensed companies can run up to 50 vehicles and can potentially expand their fleets after six months.
Laying out a policy framework will boost the industry’s commercialization, experts say.