Volvo’s Self-Driving Trucks Will Soon Be Put To Work In An Underground Mine

Volvo’s Self-Driving Trucks Will Soon Be Put To Work In An Underground Mine
Automotive

The fully-automated vehicles are part of a development project to help improve safety for workers

Jennifer Passas
  • 28 september 2016

In the Kristineberg Mine, 100 kilometers from Arvidsjaur in northern Sweden, the world’s first autonomous trucks are being tested 1,300 meters underground. The entirely self-driving truck from Volvo is taking a leading role in the opportunities that autonomous technology could provide.

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