Self-driving Bus “Apolong” Debuts in Changsha
The self-driving bus, named “Apolong”, is a L4 mass production unmanned bus launched by Hunan Apollo Intelligent Transportation Co., Ltd. and Baidu. The bus is 4.3 meters long, and 2 meters wide, with 8 seats. It has a maximum carrying capacity of 14 passengers.
Hunan’s First Unmanned Farm Project Put into Operation
On April 10, Hunan’s first unmanned farm project was put into operation at Xinyang Village, Gaotangling Neighborhood, Wangcheng District, Changsha City. It was a key project supported by the Hunan provincial agricultural machinery department. It will facilitate spring ploughing and rice transplanting.
Changsha Huanghua Airport Launches “Transit Pass” Mini ...
Huanghua Airport has taken the lead in launching innovative services. The airport began offering its “Transit Passenger Service Pass” mini program on April 7 after working with China TravelSky for two years to perfect the program. Domestic air passengers transferring at Huanghua Airport may enjoy these services.
Changsha to Create World-class Business Environment
In 2021, the Changsha government will continue to carry out the business environment optimization program. Adhering to the Three Highlands and Four New Mission Strategy, it will conduct coordination and cooperation in three areas and implement 71 measures to deepen reform, in an effort to improve the business environment with higher standards, in a wider range of areas and at a deeper level.
Changsha Approved to Be Established as National AI Pilot ...
The pilot zone will focus on major national strategies and Changsha’s economic and social development needs, give priorities to intelligent equipment, smart factories, and intelligent connected vehicles, and promote original innovation and key core technology research and development, so as to explore new paths and mechanisms for the development of new generation AI and provide the replicable and popularized experience for the industry.
Changsha Launches Online Education Program for the Elderly
A program entitled “TV Cloud Classroom of the University for Veteran Cadres of Changsha” was launched at the Changsha Veteran Cadres Activity Center recently. It is the province’s first online education program for the elderly that will be presented via multiple media channels.