Introduction: As one of the earliest intellectuals who participated in the field of unmanned driving, the company recently announced that its starless driver has obtained the road test license for T3 self-driving vehicles issued by the Beijing Municipal Government (the industry calls it “ Road test license plate").
In 2018, China's driverless driving ushered in the stage of rapid development. Auto-driving vehicle products have completely deviated from the "concept" and achieved real landing. The unmanned technology has gradually matured, making unmanned car products traditional. Transportation has brought enormous opportunities and challenges. How to standardize the unmanned driving to achieve a real “road” has become an extremely important part of national policies and regulations. To this end, Beijing introduced the highest level and most stringent T3 self-driving road test licenses in China in 2018, and there are only a handful of unmanned companies that can pass the test.
As one of the earliest intelligent thinkers who participated in the unmanned driving field, it was released recently that its starless driver has obtained the road test license for T3 self-driving vehicles issued by the Beijing Municipal Government. "Road Test License").
Zhixing CEO Zhang Dezhao said: "Intelligence Walker can successfully pass the most advanced automatic driving test in China, and the team of Zhixing people has extremely in-depth research on the 'brain' of driverless cars. The self-developed AVOS software operating system and AVCU hardware control platform provide environment-accurate identification and intelligent decision-making algorithms for unmanned vehicles, enabling unmanned products to be deployed quickly and flexibly. Therefore, Beijing T3 road test It is not a test for us. The greater significance is to let the society generate trust and recognition for the driverless driver's driverless technology."
Before passing this test, the thinker was at low speed. The unmanned vehicle field has achieved the industry's unsuccessful achievements. Its self-developed "cochle" series of unmanned sweeping vehicles "Spiral White" and the unmanned logistics vehicle "Spirit" reached mass production at the end of October 2018. It became the first company in China to achieve mass production of low-speed unmanned vehicles. Therefore, based on the safe, efficient and advanced autonomous driving technology of the Smart Walker, the future research of the Chi Heng will inevitably move forward in the direction of “goable on the road”. This time, through the T3 license test, it will become the Chihiro to realize the unmanned passenger vehicle. An important development base for mass production.
Since December 2017, Beijing Municipal Transportation Commission, BeijingThe Public Security Traffic Management Bureau and the Beijing Municipal Economic Information Commission jointly issued and issued the "Guiding Opinions on Accelerating the Road Testing of Auto-driving Vehicles in Beijing (Trial)" and the Implementation Rules for the Road Test Management of Beijing Auto-driving Vehicles (Trial Implementation) "", and in February 2018 released the "Beijing Autopilot Vehicle Road Test Capability Assessment Contents and Methods (Trial)" and "Beijing Automated Vehicles Closed Test Site Technical Requirements (Trial)" document, indicating the Beijing government Encouragement and innovation in self-driving cars.
Beijing Smart Car Alliance Industry Innovation Center, as a Beijing-level pilot test and demonstration innovation center for autonomous driving and vehicle networks, has opened 44 test roads, covering 123 kilometers, covering the Gyeonggi region (including cities, Village, high speed) 85% traffic scene. At the same time, it also avoids areas such as residential areas, office areas, hospitals, schools, and other areas where traffic is concentrated. To test the safety and road conditions of driverless cars for traffic safety inspections, vehicle lane changes, automatic driving, automatic braking, automatic steering, and automatic monitoring of the surrounding environment for unmanned products participating in road test licenses. The recognition ability, the intelligent walker performed well in the test process, and finally won the Beijing T3 automatic driving road test license.
The intelligent walker uses the low-speed unmanned vehicle as a stepping stone in the unmanned field, enabling the driverless technology to serve the human life in the first place, and successfully build an unmanned smart life circle. After the winners of the T3-class automatic driving road test license, the realization of the automatic driving commercialization is not far away.
How to get the T3 road test license?
The T3 road test license is also the highest level road test license currently issued in China - representing autonomous vehicles with a comprehensive ability of cognition and traffic law compliance, route enforcement, and emergency response. The acquisition of a road test license requires a series of procedures including closed test site training, automated driving capability assessment and expert assessment.
Based on traffic safety regulations, examine vehicles' perceptions of roads, marking lines and ancillary facilities, and review the ability to properly operate vehicles under specified driving scenarios, including but not limited to automatic driving, automatic shifting, and automatic Brake, automatic monitoring of the surrounding environment, automatic lane change, automatic steering, automatic signal reminder and other functions. Third-party authorities also need to check if the driver can intervene anytime and anywhere.Take over the driving behavior of the vehicle to ensure that the driver has the ability to control and take over and ensure the safety of the self-driving road test.
Beijing is the first city in China to require unmanned vehicles to take the competency assessment test after training for 5,000 kilometers in a closed field. Closed field training not only enables companies to fully understand the various transportation facilities on the road, but also the scenes that are prone to traffic accidents, and is also a test of the stability of the automatic driving system.
Xingyi Unmanned Integrated Solution
The "Star" series is an L3/L4 level autopilot solution launched by Chihiro. The key technologies include multi-source sensor fusion sensing and high Accuracy map and positioning and positioning, target behavior recognition and trajectory prediction, autonomic decision making and trajectory planning, multi-objective vertical and horizontal cooperative control. The "Star" series is positioned to achieve automatic driving on highways and complex urban roads.