The hottest Baidu driverless bus, Apollon, for pub

2022-08-22
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Baidu driverless bus Apollon test ride for the public: equipped with the Apollo autonomous driving platform

Abstract: on the 24th, Baidu said on its Weibo that the driverless minibus "Apollon", produced jointly by Baidu Apollo and Jinlong bus, was first tested for the public in Fuzhou. This bus adopts the Apollo driverless road Life Sciences developed by Baidu, which was unveiled on the MEDTEC China driving platform in 2017. It is expected to be put into use in scenic spots, airports and other places in the future

on the 24th, Baidu said on its Weibo that the driverless minibus "Apollon", which was jointly produced by Baidu Apollo and Jinlong bus, was first tested for the public in Fuzhou. This bus adopts the Apollo driverless platform developed by Baidu and is expected to be put into use in scenic spots, airports and other places in the future

based on high-precision map and intelligent sensing technology, Apollon can plan the path according to the real-time perceived environmental information and map data. The vehicle can also adopt such methods to predict the behavior and intention of vehicles and pedestrians, so as to make driving decisions to cope with the changes of road traffic

last year, Baidu and Jinlong signed a cooperation agreement. These commercial driverless micro circulation vehicles are planned to achieve small-scale mass production and trial operation this year. Baidu said that this would be the first driverless bus in mass production in China

Baidu's driverless system Apollo was officially released on April 19, 2017. It aims to provide an open, complete and safe software platform for partners in the automotive industry and the field of autonomous driving to help them quickly build a complete auto drive system of their own by combining vehicles and hardware systems. In January this year, the Apollo platform announced that it was upgraded to Apollo 2.0 and opened in the opposite direction of the movement of the prefix 10 in the tensile experiment. The upgraded Apollo system can achieve simulation screening and greatly shorten the time of data uploading to the cloud. In addition, Apollo 2.0 also supports more driving environments, both day and night

Baidu also said that it would make Apollo fully support four major mainstream computing platforms, including NVIDIA, Intel, NXP and Renesas, this year

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