Commuters in Shenzhen will now be able to test out AutoX’s fleet of fully driverless vehicles in a robotaxi pilot program, marking another milestone for the autonomous driving startup.
The Robotaxi Technical Requirements Group Standard was recently released.
Chinese autonomous driving company WeRide offered hundreds of passengers their first-time robotaxi rides through the WeRide Go App and Alibaba’s Amap within the 144-square-kilometer operating area in Huangpu District in Guangzhou during the 8-day national day holiday.
Baidu, Inc. on Sept. 15 held its annual technology conference, Baidu World 2020, in cooperation with CCTV via livestreaming, showcasing its latest innovations in the AI sphere.
Guangzhou-based L4 autonomous driving company WeRide on Sept. 10 launched autonomous driving services in villages in the city in Guangzhou, which is currently in the road test stage.
Baidu on Sept. 10 launched the Apollo Go Robotaxi service in Apollo Park in Beijing, covering nearly 100 pick-up and drop-off stations in Yizhuang, Haidian and Shunyi districts.
After conducting over 519,000km of road tests in Beijing, Baidu’s Apollo Go Robotaxi service was approved for phase 2 of autonomous vehicle road tests with passengers on board on Aug. 24.
AutoX announced early this morning that its RoboTaxi ride-hailing service is now open to the general public for the first time since the company began rolling out a fleet of 100 RoboTaxis.