Introduced as a concept vehicle for the first time in 2017 Volkswagen ID Buzz is on its way to becoming the company’s first autonomous commercial vehicle. The new model called Volkswagen ID Buzz NAME (Autonomous Driving),
Volkswagen, which became a subsidiary with the company named , developed the company’s ID Buzz NAME model. Argo Lidar sensor will use.
Autonomous commercial vehicle Volkswagen ID Buzz NAME introduced
The model, which was introduced ahead of the 2021 IAA Mobility Event held in Munich, emerged with a four-year R&D process. The tests of the completely electric Volkswagen Buzz NAME model have begun.
Test drives, including European driving conditions, are held in several different regions, including Argo’s test track in the United States.
MOAI, one of the VW Cluster subsidiaries, offers autonomous commercial vehicle rental services to users. MOAI will use the Argo Lidar sensor produced by Argo AI in its autonomous car rental service.
objects More than 400 meters away Argo Lidar, which is stated to be able to detect distances, can predict the movements of pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles thanks to the software developed.
Bryan Salesky, CEO of Argo AI, “Based on our 5 years of development and what we learned from our operations in metropolitan US cities MOIA
We are excited to provide autonomous commercial vehicle rental service with . You will soon see autonomous vehicle technologies developed by Argo AI on the streets of Munich. ” he used the words.
Argo AI, which reached an agreement with Ford in July, announced that it will produce 1,000 autonomous vehicles for Lyft car rental service in cities such as Miami and Austin.