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Shenzhen Rolls Out L4 Unmanned “Panda Bus” to Be Ride for Free

Shenzhen launched an unmanned “Panda Bus” connected by intelligent networks in Pingshan Park, which travels a 45-minute trip of 12 kilometres on planned routes.

On October 27, Shenzhen launched an unmanned “Panda Bus” connected by intelligent networks in Pingshan Park, which travels a 45-minute trip of 12 kilometres on planned routes. This is Shenzhen’s first application of intelligent connected cars, and citizens can make reservations for free by scanning QR codes. The Panda Bus is equipped with dozens of high-precision and high-performance sensors, which can perceive road conditions in all directions and actualize the L4-level driving function. The bus camera can identify and monitor behaviours including theft, smoking and passenger falling. The system will record the physical characteristics of the violator and pass on early warnings to backend operators. (Source)


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