Clients will be eligible for as much as RMB 550,000 ($80,000) in compensation provided they followed instructions when parking.
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.
Tesla has missed some of its goals over the last two years, including a much-delayed release of its first electric SUV Model X.
Laying out a policy framework will boost the industry’s commercialization, experts say.
Huawei has formed alliances with automakers including state-owned FAW, SAIC Motor, and Volvo beginning late last year.
By some counts the world’s biggest metro area, Chongqing’s auto manufacturing base offers a testbed for the future of urban mobility.
The development hints that China is closing in on the US and Israel.
Alibaba made its first foray into the autonomous driving market in April 2018, testing Level 4 driverless technologies.
Didi will enhance its autonomous driving technologies by using Nvidia’s platform to train deep neural networks.
TuSimple has been running daily routes for customers in Arizona and was last year given permission to test its trucks on selected roads in Shanghai.