In the streets of Greenwich in the southeastern part of London, England, the takeaway robotic car, Just Eat, a British takeaway giant, runs four miles a hour. After the robot gets the meal, it will send a text message to the customer informing Sensor the food that it is already on the way. The customer will also receive a link, after the robot has been distributed through the link to open the extraction of the necessary food.
French unmanned carmaker Navya Technologies is also currently training and testing its unmanned buses in Paris to provide unmanned bus services in the Paris La Défense business district where bankers and corporate directors gather. The company also plans to sell 150 unmanned buses to the US by the end of 2018. In the world, similar Temperature Sensor to this project is in full swing, from all aspects of testing, the ultimate goal of course, let the unmanned car or other vehicles on the road safely.
In California, Google's unmanned car, which has traveled an average of 5,000 miles, certainly needs to be under the supervision and intervention of human drivers. In Singapore, there are already unmanned taxis, there are Uber's unmanned vehicles in Pittsburgh, and many unmanned trucks are also being piloted in Europe. From 2019 onwards, the United Kingdom will be in the ordinary road and highway test unmanned vehicles.
When we were still unimaginable when we were on the road, the unmanned bus had come quietly. Sydney, Australia, the pilot of the ferry in the cross when the road will stop and wait for pedestrians, even if the pedestrian suddenly rushed out to be Speed Sensor able to respond. The car can carry 11 passengers, speed up to 45 km / h, you can respond to traffic lights. Sydney is the last state in Australia to start researching autopilot vehicles.