The 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: HandoutThe 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: Handout
The 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: Handout

China’s Baidu finishes building ‘world’s largest’ test ground for autonomous vehicle, smart driving systems

  • Baidu says it has completed the world’s largest site to test both autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication
  • The Apollo Park in Beijing is equipped with facilities to support the full autonomous vehicle development process from research to testing
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The 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: HandoutThe 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: Handout
The 13,500 square metre (145,300 sq ft) Apollo Park in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone houses more than 200 self-driving vehicles. Photo: Handout

Corrected [4:31pm, 29 May, 2020]

  • [4:31pm, 29 May, 2020]

    Story has been updated to clarify that AutoX and Didi Chuxing received approval to operate self-driving cars in Jiading. An earlier version of the story incorrectly stated that Pony.ai had received a licence.

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