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China Launches Self-Driving Bus

Posted on October 14, 2015

Just last week, a Mercedes-Benz Actros big-rig equipped with Daimler’s “highway pilot” system made a 15-mile run from Denkendorf to Stuttgart, Germany, on highway A8, staying within its lane and maintaining a safe following distance. That test follows an announcement by Chinese manufacturer Yutong that its autonomous bus handled 26 traffic signals, several lane changes and at least one passing maneuver during a 20-mile drive between Zhengzhou and Kaifeng.

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Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, buses, China operators, driverless cars, group transportation

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