Guangzhou and Changsha are the first cities in China to allow companies to apply for passenger transport using driverless vehicles.
Baidu’s reports contain significantly less information about disengagements than its peers, causing industry insiders to raise questions about the quality of the company’s tests.
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 […]
Regulators will allow driverless vehicle tests along 135 kilometers of the city’s public roads.
The Chinese internet giant is evolving into a major international player in AI and autonomous driving.
The brand has recently been revived as part of a national push to promote homegrown products.
Changsha and Guangzhou are the two major Chinese cities aiming to rise above the rest in the country’s AV race.
Joining hands with Chinese tech giant Baidu, Beijing Environmental Equipment Company, a subsidiary of Beijing Environmental Hygiene Group, launched seven autonomous driving vehicles for urban environment cleaning, local media is reporting. Based on Baidu’s open-source autonomous driving platform Apollo, the seven autonomous driving vehicles launched on September 28 are designed to fulfill various tasks in urban city […]
The nearly 150-page document covers 12 areas including cybersecurity, driver-vehicle handovers, data recording, and component failures.
The companies aim to develop level four autonomous driving capabilities.