Accelerators & Incubators
Policy & Regulation
Chinese Baidu Gets Nod for Fully Driverless Vehicle Tests
The permits will enable the Beijing-based technology firm to gradually reduce human intervention in test vehicles and eventually remove in-car safety drivers from its autonomous vehicle road tests.
China Wants Self-Driving Tech in Half of New Cars by 2025
China in 2017 called for level 2 and 3 vehicles to make up 25% of new-car sales in the world’s largest auto market by 2025.
Chinese Autonomous Truck Startup Inceptio Raises $120m from CATL, Others
Inceptio is now focusing on level 3 autonomous technologies, which refer to drivers being able to turn their attention away from driving tasks but still requires them to respond immediately in some scenarios.
Baidu Launches Self-Driving Taxi Service in Beijing
The company will operate a fleet of 40 vehicles in a manned autonomous driving test area covering 700 kilometers of road, with routes including residential and business areas in Yizhuang, Haidian and Shunyi districts.
Baidu clocked the most self-driving road tests in Beijing in 2018
Chinese internet giant Baidu is leading the self-driving race by a huge margin, at least on its home turf Beijing, according to a report published by the Beijing government.
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