Chinese autonomous vehicles are being tested

Chinese autonomous vehicles are being tested

Inceptio Technology develops autonomous driving technologies for heavy-duty trucks. Over 40 million kilometers of accident-free trucking have been powered by the company’s Autonomous Driving System on China’s highways. According to the company, this latest milestone highlights Inceptio’s full-stack autonomous driving system’s safety and reliability, as well as its accelerating commercial adoption.

Since 2021, Inceptio’s L3 autonomous trucks have been operating commercially. It claims that the system has significant benefits for every segment of the freight hauling ecosystem since its autonomous trucks are sufficiently reliable to be produced by OEMs and extremely affordable for fleet operators to procure and operate. In addition to improving driver safety, its advanced technical features enable end customers to receive goods for less money.

According to Julian Ma, Founder and CEO of Inceptio Technology, “we are extremely proud of the performance record Inceptio trucks have built over the last two years.” As a result of our Inceptio Autonomous Driving System’s 40 million kilometres of commercial operations, our customers have been highly satisfied with our on-time arrival rate and flawless safety record. Our fast-growing trove of operational data is proving to be a valuable source of information for the Inceptio R&D team and the autonomous driving system. The insights gained from this research will be extremely valuable as we work towards commercializing our L3 solution and developing our driverless system. Bringing our cutting-edge technology to market globally is our goal, and we look forward to sharing these achievements with industry partners.”

Inceptio Autonomous Driving System

According to the company, the system’s ultra-long-range 3D sensing technology achieves an error rate of less than 5% at 1,000 metres; it achieves an average lateral control error of 5.5 cm; and it saves between 3-7% on fuel compared with the most fuel-efficient human drivers.

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