Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai carried out driverless tests in Shenzhen on August 2, 2022, a day after the city launched China’s first local regulations covering intelligent connected vehicles. Photo: Handout
Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai carried out driverless tests in Shenzhen on August 2, 2022, a day after the city launched China’s first local regulations covering intelligent connected vehicles. Photo: Handout
Shenzhen

China’s southern tech hub Shenzhen becomes first city on mainland to regulate fully autonomous, driverless cars on some roads

  • Shenzhen’s new regulations of intelligent connected cars took effect on August 1
  • Registered autonomous vehicles that function without a human driver can travel on certain roads designated by local transport authorities

Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai carried out driverless tests in Shenzhen on August 2, 2022, a day after the city launched China’s first local regulations covering intelligent connected vehicles. Photo: Handout
Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai carried out driverless tests in Shenzhen on August 2, 2022, a day after the city launched China’s first local regulations covering intelligent connected vehicles. Photo: Handout
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