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.
WeRide, the first testing fully driverless cars on Chinese open roads, is also promising a fully hands-free minibus.
If Tusimple does successfully go public in the US, it would be the first self-driving company in the world to do so on a major financial market.
Accelerating passenger numbers for the Baidu self-driving pilot underscore China’s growing efforts to win the global autonomous vehicle race.
Pony.ai will work with city regulators to deploy a self-driving fleet for test drives on public roads in Shanghai’s northwestern Jiading district.
Didi has streamlined its focus on revenue growth and efficiency, while scaling back its bets on non-core projects such as AI Labs.
Tusimple is looking to raise a pre-IPO round to support efforts to operate without safety drivers on its self-driving rigs as early as 2021.
Robotaxis are coming into regular use as China’s leading maps app offers Weride AV hailing in Guangzhou.
The recent AV deals reveal a modest recovery of investors’ confidence around self-driving companies.