Deqing unveils automatic driving scenario database
A view of Deqing county, Huzhou, East China's Zhejiang province. [Photo.hz66.com]
China's first large–scale automatic driving scenario database developed based on vehicle-road collaborative cloud services was recently unveiled.
The database, which was jointly released by Huzhou's Deqing county, Alicloud and Chinese autonomous driving startup Haomo.AI, is expected to accelerate the development of autonomous driving in China.
In recent years, Deqing has made strides in the integrated development of geographic information and the internet of vehicles.
The county unveiled the nation's first guideline to support autonomous driving tests.
It has also built Zhejiang's first closed test field for intelligent network connection and the largest vehicle-road collaborative network in China.
In addition, the county's 949.3 km of roads has opened for testing and commercial trial operations related to autonomous driving.
A head official at the Moganshan High-tech Zone in Deqing, pointed out that they will step up support for companies like Haomo.AI to conduct tests and carry out R&D related to autonomous driving in the future.