In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout
In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout

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These Chinese autonomous vehicle start-ups are keeping their eye on the driverless road

  • The promise of a driverless future has attracted billions of dollars in investment globally
  • The global autonomous driving market is forecast to be worth US$24.3 billion by 2025, up from only US$4 billion in 2016

Topic |   Autonomous driving
In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout
In May, Baidu completed construction of the world’s largest testing ground for autonomous driving and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication in Beijing’s Yizhuang Economic Development Zone. Photo: Handout
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