Thursday, August 18, 2022

Driverless robot taxis are now available for public journeys in China

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AutoX is eager to tout its robotaxis’ ability to handle real world conditions after months of stress testing. In a demo video (below), the driverless van knows how to safely ‘push’ a parked vehicle and handle a scooter at a red light. The vehicles use a combination of LiDAR, radar and blind spot detection to get a feel for their surroundings.

Fully driverless robotaxis are still very rare around the world, and it will take a combination of refined technology and up-to-date regulations before they are relatively mainstream. It is, however, an important step in this direction. They could however benefit from a boost in the current climate. The COVID-19 pandemic has additional risk to conventional driving for drivers and passengers, and removing drivers could make it one of the safest travel options for people without a car.


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