Chery received a license to test unmanned carsJanuary 11, 2019
It is known that autonomous cars will be tested in Chongqing, located in the central part of China. Local roads with complex infrastructure will allow specialists to try out many scenarios.
Last month, Chery acquired a license to allow it to test unmanned cars on the roads of the large Chinese city of Chongqing. Information about this appeared on the official website of the automaker. It is reported that the territory for test drive drone was chosen very well.
Traffic interchanges of varying complexity, bridges, ramps, “loops”, tunnels and turns – this and much more will allow in practice to work out a large number of scenarios for the behavior of autonomous cars on the roads.
It is known that Chery seriously took up unmanned technology. The company regularly demonstrates its achievements in this promising area through various thematic conferences and exhibitions. So, in January last year, at Chery’s Las Vegas CES show, the Chery Arrizo 5 sedan was shown with an autopilot. Work on the exhibition model was carried out in partnership with experts from Baidu. The next step is the transition from theory to practice.
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