robotaxi

robotaxi

A driverless taxicab. See driverless car.
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July 2019: Hyundai Mobis, South Korea's auto parts maker, has recently revealed the first driverless robotaxi in Russia.
Aug 13, 2019 (China Knowledge) - China's smart mobility company WeRide and the largest taxi company in south China Baiyun Taxi Group have announced to establish a joint venture WeRide RoboTaxi. The new JV will launch an autonomous cab service supported by e-hailing.
"In order to start a robotaxi business overseas, it is essential for them to have strategic partnerships with ICT companies such as telecommunications, map and big data firms, and have testing periods before rolling self-driving taxis on the road," Koh said.
Bischoff and Maciejewski [4] tested a complete fleet of shared autonomous vehicles in Berlin using simulations in MATSim with the extension RoboTaxi. MATSim is a multiagent transport simulation software that allows performing large-scale agent-based transport simulations.
Musk offered a detailed answer to a Twitter follower's query on the price rise.  According to the CEO, price hikes by Tesla will be inevitable as the rollout of successful robotaxi service happens.
Alphabet Inc's Waymo unit is operating a robotaxi service in Arizona and said last month it is partnering with Lyft Inc to serve more riders.
The projected cost of running an electric robotaxi is around USD0.18 per mile.
With Tesla's ambitious RoboTaxi vision that will run on the company's autonomous driving system, owners of Tesla models can (https://cleantechnica.com/2019/05/17/9-ways-tesla-network-can-help-you-make-money/) earn by being part of this modern transportation scheme.
Volkswagen chief executive, Herbert Diess, aims to spend EUR12bn for a 10 percent share in Waymo, the robotaxi company owned by Alphabet but Diess lacks the support from the supervisory board to spend such an amount, Manager Magazin said.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas noted that GM's Cruise unit has stated a target to launch its robotaxi service by the end of 2019, but his view is that the technology required to remove human drivers at an acceptable level of safety is likely many years away.
Germany-based Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI), and Bosch have collaborated with United States-based Nvidia to produce self-driving 'robotaxi' fleets.
This system is known as Tesla "Robotaxi," and though it sounds outrageous at first, CEO Elon Musk believes that this kind of ride-sharing network could succeed in the very, very near future.