Chinese-made driverless minibuses to hit Italian roads

Chinese-made driverless minibuses to hit Italian roads

Robobus, a driverless minibus developed independently by a Chinese self-driving startup, is expected to hit the streets of the city of Turin at the foot of the Alps, and provide short-distance transportation services.

According to the developer, Guizhou Hankaisi Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. (PIX Moving), the company will partner with Italian mobile travel solutions provider Tecnocad to provide the service.

PIX Moving has obtained public road self-driving vehicle testing and an operating license approved by the regulatory authorities of the Turin municipal government.

Based in Guiyang’s high-tech development zone, PIX Moving’s core product, driverless minibuses, has already landed in countries including Spain, Japan, the United States and India.
The company said it has exported the Robobus model via marine transport to Turin, where it will undergo field tests before being put into service. More exports are expected depending on service demand.

A pure electric vehicle has no traditional bus components such as a driver’s cab, steering wheel, pedals or mirrors. And it’s designed symmetrically, with no front and back differences, making it easy to move in both directions.

Robobus has a maximum speed of 30 km per hour. It can carry six passengers, with a range of 100-130 km on a single charge.

“The bottom of the minibus is an open-source autonomous driving chassis. It is based on an independent modular platform, built with artificial intelligence technology and digital manufacturing technology, which can be assembled with systems for different needs for customized services,” said Angelo Yu , founder and CEO of PIX Moving .

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