Pony.ai’s goal is to provide consistently comfortable and reliable rides for all rather than monetizing these early technologies.
Meituan’s foray into intelligent warehousing further intensifies its battle with e-commerce leaders like Alibaba and JD.com to control the logistics sector.
An anonymous engineer describes lies and loose funding at a self-driving car startup.
Beijing took a significant step forward in April 2018, issuing its first national guidelines that allow cities in China to test self-driving cars on their roads.
By some counts the world’s biggest metro area, Chongqing’s auto manufacturing base offers a testbed for the future of urban mobility.
WeRide focuses on making driverless ride-hailing a viable business by meeting the challenges of commercialization.
Autonomous trucks hold more immediate promise for deployment than robotaxis, industry experts say, even before full autonomy.
Rather than replace humans, food-delivery robots offer a much-needed helping hand, says super app Meituan.
Changsha and Guangzhou are the two major Chinese cities aiming to rise above the rest in the country’s AV race.
By 2020, half of all new cars on China’s roads are expected to be autonomous or semi-autonomous.