Driverless Bus Test in Taipei Gets Positive Feedback

A five-day driverless bus test conducted by the Taipei City government has received positive feedback from government officials, system developers and members of the public. The driverless bus was able to collect mapping data and demonstrate its ability to precisely detect environmental conditions.

Regarding manufacturing, Taiwan is capable of producing some key components of the vehicle, such as its IT panels, routers, motors, and battery management systems. The nation is optimistic that half of the vehicle's components could be made in Taiwan within the next 12 to 18 months.

With a price tag of NT$15 million (US$496,587), the driverless bus can travel at up to 40 kph and be able to react within 0.05 seconds once it gets fully adapted to the environment.

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