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
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
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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

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
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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