Chinese company’s driverless car will now run on America’s roads

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Chinese robotics startup Pony.ai has four-wheelers that can run on roads without a driver. This Chinese start-up has now got permission to test its driverless car in the US. Although autonomous vehicles continue to get permits in many countries of the world, it is not common for Pony.ai’s driverless cars to get permits. Let us tell you that there is no human in the car of this start-up, which means that these cars run completely with the help of machines equipped with machine learning and artificial intelligence. At present, the company has got permits for testing in three states and with this Pony has become the eighth company to get a driverless vehicle testing permit in the US. Baidu, WeRide, AutoX and Waymo are also included in this list.

Pony.ai has posted a post on its Twitter handle. Tweet Announcement of receipt of tax permit. The company said that they have got permission to test their driverless car in California. This permit is issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). It is the agency controlling automated vehicle testing. Yahoo Finance Key Report states that Pony.ai was allowed to test these autonomous vehicles with safety drivers from 2017 onwards.

The report further states that under this permit, Pony.ai can test its six driverless cars on designated roads within the cities of Fremont, Milpitas and Irvine. Several limits have also been set in the permit. These cars will have to run at a speed of more than 72.5 kmph in clear weather and light rain. Testing must be done in Fremont and Milpitas on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Pony.ai was founded in 2016 by former Baidu developers James Peng and Lou Tiancheng. The company has partnerships with many other automakers and suppliers including Bosch, Hyundai and Toyota.

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