Li Yanhong, Zhang Yaqin, Li Zhenyu and partners jointly released Apollo3.0
Apollo has released three sets of autopilot solutions: Valet Parking, MicroCar, and MiniBus.DevelopmentAnd partners can create their own "Apolon" within three months. Based on Apollo's autonomous parking solution, Baidu has jointly implemented the first self-driving shared vehicle demonstration operation in China with the use of the car, and combined with Hyundai Motor to launch the application of fixed-point connection.
In addition, the AX1, an unmanned work vehicle, has also been mass-produced and operated in Xiong'an and Changzhou. The automatic feeder bus “Apolon” started the normal operation in four cities and five scenes, and obtained the safety certification of the Chongqing Test Site of the National Bus Quality Inspection Center. Apollo 3.0 also brings a smarter production-ready car networking system solution - the small car OS, and the first release of the car semantic open platform. “The success of the developer is the success of Apollo!” Li Zhenyu shared the developer case of AutonomouStuff, an autopilot startup. At the Baidu AI Developer Conference last year, the company applied Apollo 1.0 and modified it within 3 days. A self-driving car. AutonomouStuff was successfully acquired in the recent success of the Apollo platform.
Safety determines the true speed of automated driving. On the same day, Baidu Apollo released China's first safety report related to autonomous driving production, and cooperated with the world's leading autopilot company Mobileye to integrate its core autopilot safety model RSS. The report is China's first professional safety report for autonomous driving mass production, segmentation scenarios and functions, and provides theoretical support for promoting the establishment of a unified standard for the autonomous driving safety industry.
Apollo also brings more diverse intelligent simulations, launching the industry's first real-world AR simulation, providing a full-stack closed-loop simulation solution for virtual traffic flow combined with real-life rendering, helping developers achieve “million kilometers per day” Simulation test. In order to prove the safety and stability of the Apollo autonomous driving solution, Li Zhenyu shared a live demonstration of the self-driving car passing the "Five Devil Extreme Challenge" test.