China’s first L4 5G driverless car off production line in Wuhan

On June 12, in the trial production workshop of Dongfeng Technology Center, Dongfeng Sharing-VAN, China’s first fully self-developed L4 level 5G self-driving car, was officially put into mass production, according to the Wuhan Internet Information Office.

On June 12, in the trial production workshop of Dongfeng Technology Center, Dongfeng Sharing-VAN, China’s first fully self-developed L4 level 5G self-driving car, was officially put into mass production, according to the Wuhan Internet Information Office.

After the first batch of six Sharing-VANs were off the assembly line, they would be driven to the National Oceanic Laboratory in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, where they will carry out transportation of humans and goods in its smart park.

Dongfeng Sharing-VAN 1.0 Plus, which was off the assembly line on the 12th, has a sensing device consisting of 4 lidars, 1 millimeter wave radar, 16 ultrasonic radars, and 12 cameras.

It has 13 functions such as one-click hailing, dynamic speed limit, automatic parking, remote control and dispatch monitoring.

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Disclaimer: This is an article created by Michael Liang for Chinasdg.org. You can find the original article here: https://chinasdg.org/2020/06/13/china-s-first-l4-5g-driverless-car-off-production-line-in-wuhan/.

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