Baidu Apollo

Baidu aims to build world's largest fully driverless ride-hailing service area in 2023
Baidu said it plans to scale up Apollo's operations and launch fully unmanned self-driving services in more regions in 2023. ...
Baidu, Pony.ai given green light to test self-driving cars with no one in front row in Beijing
Baidu and Pony.ai will both put 10 test vehicles in a 60-square-kilometer test area in Beijing with no one in the front row. ...
Baidu's robotaxi platform Apollo Go has provided over 1 million rides
Apollo Go has begun to gain significant recognition in the Yizhuang area of Beijing, gaining about 10 percent of the ride-hailing market share. ...
Baidu begins offering fully unmanned self-driving ride-hailing services in China
Baidu began offering self-driving ride-hailing services without safety officers in Chongqing and Wuhan, marking a regulatory breakthrough in the sector in China. ...
Baidu's robotaxi platform Apollo Go provides 196,000 rides in Q1, up over 11 times from a year ago
Baidu's Apollo Go continues to solidify its global leadership position, despite Covid's resurgence in China posing a challenge to local companies' operations. ...
Baidu, Pony.ai get first permits in China to offer self-driving ride-hailing service without safety officer in driver's seat
Although the service is limited to a small area of Beijing, it represents a dramatic shift in regulators' attitude toward the sector. ...
Voyah, Baidu Apollo enter strategic partnership on vehicle intelligence
The two companies will leverage Voyah's capabilities in vehicle manufacturing to integrate Baidu's technologies in smart driving and smart cockpit. ...
Baidu Apollo expands robotaxi service to south China megacity Shenzhen
Baidu's robotaxi service achieves full coverage of four super tier 1 cities in China - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. ...
Baidu's Apollo providing far more self-driving mobility services than Waymo
Baidu Apollo Go provided 115,000 rides in the third quarter. This compares to Waymo's quarterly order volume of about 20,000 to 40,300. ...
Baidu exec says self-driving safer than human driving, but not 100% accident-free
He argued that self-driving has been questioned as an inevitable stage in the development of a new technology, but by its very nature has better safety. ...