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Exclusive: NIO Founder and Chairman William Li talks autonomous driving: It’s not a utopian world

It’s not news anymore that autonomous driving is right around the corner – so near that we wonder even about calling it “the future.” Yet most of us are scratching our heads at the disparity between technological posters and reality. Indeed, Beijing’s vast, unruly streets seem eons away from that

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UISEE sees a driverless car future happening today

LAS VEGAS – A few steps away from Nissan’s stand inside the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall at this year’s CES sat an unconventional, bread loaf-shaped vehicle with a front and rear indistinguishable from each other at first glance. Unless you take a closer look or climb in from

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MAS@Beijing 0119 recap: Intelligent driving to be final solution to city traffic problems

BEIJING – Intelligent driving will be the final solution to problems in mega and medium-sized cities including traffic jam, car parking, emissions and accidents, according to Wu Gansha, founder and CEO of UISEE Technologies (Beijing) Ltd. Wu shared his observations at CBU/CAR’s Monthly Automotive Salon (MAS) held on January 19 in Beijing discussing ADAS

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Driverless cars could arrive in China sooner than we think

Last few months witnessed big developments in autonomous driving vehicles, particularly in China. In September, Zoyte Holding Group, a small Chinese carmaker, announced it will start production of its first self-driving vehicle in 2018. Baidu, the market pioneer of autonomous driving, plans to commercialize driverless technology by 2018 and to

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