Baidu unmanned network car-hailing is open to the public, available from May 2

On April 29, Baidu announced that as the first batch of "shared unmanned vehicles" in China, Baidu Apollo driverless Robotaxi officially opened normal commercial operations and opened to the public. Starting from May 2nd, the public can make appointments with Baidu's Apollo GO App through Baidu's Apollo GO App to make appointments to the “shared unmanned vehicles” provided by the autonomous driving platform Apollo GO in areas such as Beijing Shougang Park. The Baidu Apollo GO "shared unmanned vehicle" operating route passes through the Shougang Park venues, work areas, parking lots, cafes, and hotels, which can meet most of the users' leisure and office travel needs.