Baidu CEO Robin Li said in 2017 that the company would seek to spin off its self-driving unit when it is mature enough.
Changsha and Guangzhou are the two major Chinese cities aiming to rise above the rest in the country’s AV race.
The nearly 150-page document covers 12 areas including cybersecurity, driver-vehicle handovers, data recording, and component failures.
The Chinese internet giant is evolving into a major international player in AI and autonomous driving.
The Chinese search engine giant seeks to increase its self-driving advantages in the country’s EV consumption boom.
Udelv’s latest delivery van was developed using Baidu’s open-source software.
The brand has recently been revived as part of a national push to promote homegrown products.
The companies aim to develop level four autonomous driving capabilities.
The search engine giant plans to deploy a fleet of 100 autonomous vehicles in Changsha by 2019.
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 […]