Friday, June 14, 2024

Unmanned taxi service launched in China –

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Autonomous vehicles are driven completely without drivers.

Chinese company AutoX announced the launch of its own robotic taxi service in the Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen. The service vehicle fleet at launch is represented by 25 Chrysler Pacifica minivans equipped with the latest unmanned vehicles: high-resolution cameras, LiDAR, long-range radars, a 5G modem, and of course capable proprietary artificial intelligence. to drive independently. a car in accordance with traffic regulations. writes New Atlas edition.

The maximum speed of the robotaxi is 40 km / h. Despite the fact that no live driver is provided for in-car safety, Chinese engineers separately emphasize that there is a support call button inside the drones that allows you to communicate with a group of remote operators who, in case emergency, they can check the software. functionality, restart the system, and provide other assistance.

If the pilot project turns out to be successful, in the future AutoX plans to launch similar services in Shanghai and Wuhan, and in a more distant future even in American California, on whose roads Chinese engineers have already begun to test their technological developments.

It was previously known that Ukraine plans buy unmanned aerial vehicles from Turkey military aircraft.

Recently, Ukrainian engineers presented drone-kamikaze “Pilum” of own design.

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