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World’s first L4 self-driving sweeper car debuts in North China’s Inner Mongolia

(People's Daily Online)    16:13, January 10, 2019

(Chinanews.com/Liu Wenhua)

Woxiaobai, the world’s first L4 self-driving road-sweeping car, made its official debut at Inner Mongolia Normal University in Hohhot of north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on Jan. 9, Chinanews.com reported on the same day.

The development and designing of Woxiaobai started in 2016, and the car went into mass production in 2018.

This cute car is the result of integrated cutting-edge technologies in such fields as artificial intelligence, self-driving, integrated laser positioning, and ultrasonic radar positioning.

The first batch of the sweeper cars will be introduced into colleges and universities of Inner Mongolia, including Inner Mongolia Normal University, Inner Mongolia University, Inner Mongolia Business & Trade Vocational College, and Inner Mongolia Electronic Information Vocational Technical College.

With many highly efficient cleaning methods integrated into one, the self-driving Woxiaobai does not only save on manpower, but also performs cleaning tasks efficiently.

“More than 100 self-driving sweeper cars are already being put into use in Chinese provinces and cities including Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei province, Zhejiang province, Shanghai, and Guangzhou,” said Li Junfeng, general manager of Inner Mongolia Fengteng Science and Technology Co. Ltd., disclosing that they have also carried out strategic cooperation with countries and regions including Singapore, Malaysia, and Dubai.

“The birth of Woxiaobai does not only represent the development of science, technology and economy, but it also conveys more of a kind of social value. Woxiaobai can fill job vacancies, help reduce workload and risk, as well as improve the work efficiency of sanitation workers,” said Li.


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