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Mercedes Benz Is Trying To Get Commuters Into A Self-Driving Taxi

Mercedes Benz Is Trying To Get Commuters Into A Self-Driving Taxi
Automotive

Bosch and Daimler have partnered to bring more driverless vehicles to the roads

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 april 2017

Engineering company Bosch and car manufacturer Daimler are joining forces to develop fully automated and driverless driving, planning to bring it to urban roads by the beginning of the next decade, even in the form of a self-driving taxi.

This will include an autonomous shared car service, like driverless taxis, with customers being able to order a vehicle to their destination using a smartphone.

The companies’ aim is to improve the flow of traffic in cities, enhance safety on the roads, and provide an important building block for the way traffic will work in the future.

Daimler

+Automated
+Automotive
+cities
+Daimler
+driverless
+retail
+Urban

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